Khalid Ishaque says Bioelectronic Medicine has made great strides in treating hearing loss, depression, and other maladies and shows great promise in treating neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease. Yet, most people still see it as more science fiction than science fact. But that’s changing. “What we are demonstrating with advances in miniaturization, imaging, and increased understanding of the cellular pathways and the brain is that what was once considered impossible is becoming possible,” he declares.
Overview: Pixium Vision is making great progress with its PRIMA subretinal implant.
Surprises: I thought the study was limited to Europe, but the company will be enrolling patients in Pittsburgh too.
Regrets: I wish I were running a “TransHuman: Innovation Summit”. Listen at the end of the podcast.
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