THURSDAY, Sept. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — A therapy that stimulates a region of the brain linked to language may help quiet the hallucinatory “voices” that often plague schizophrenia patients, new research suggests.

A voice hallucination “seems very real for the patient, and very disturbing,” explained study author Dr. Sonia Dollfus. “The voices can be felt inside or outside the brain.”

Dollfus is head of the mental health department with the Hospital Center University of Caen in… Continue reading on Health

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