Betreff: Tracking magnetic signals in brain.......


Datum: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 11:28:30 EDT



I will be contacting Scientist Apostolos Georgopoulos (University of Minnesota) regarding the need to move electric appliances and telephone equipment away from close proximity to beds but wanted to share the story about his new test now.    


I have a large number of emails I have not responded to but hope to feel better soon.  Another EMF project I have been working on has "taken the wind out-of-my sails" hopefully only for the "time-being..."    Take care  -  Joanne


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All truth goes through three stages: first it is ridiculed:  then it is violently opposed: finally it is accepted as self evident.   - Schopenhauer




Betreff: Tracking magnetic signals in brain.......


Datum: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 11:11:24 EDT



U of M researchers may have discovered simple Alzheimer's test



A University of Minnesota scientist has found a way to detect Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia and other brain disorders by using a device that tracks magnetic signals in the brain.

The research is still in its early stages, but experts say it could lead to a relatively quick and painless test for a wide range of conditions that affect the brain.

Scientist Apostolos Georgopoulos calls his discovery an "elegantly simple test" that has been surprisingly accurate so far in assessing nearly 300 patients and healthy volunteers.

His research team identified six types of disorders using technology known as MEG to study people's brains as they stared at a point of light for 45 to 60 seconds.



Last Updated: 8/23/2007 9:05:01 PM