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Ultrasound Helps Drugs Sneak Past The Blood-Brain Barrier 

Ultrasound Helps Drugs Sneak Past The Blood-Brain Barrier 

A new ultrasound technique uses microbubbles and focused sound waves to help chemo medication sneak past the the stubborn blood-brain barrier. Developed by Canadian surgeons, the technique could eventually be used to treat such conditions as Alzheimer’s and depression.