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South Korea neurology devices market to grow by 4% through 2030

Researchers developed a new paradigm in neurodegenerative diseases treatment.

South Korea’s neurology devices market is seen to increase at a compound annual growth rate of over 4% through 2030, GlobalData, a research analytics firm, said.

This will be supported by researchers from Pohang University of Science and Technology “developing a new nanoparticle-based technique to administer electrical stimulation to the brain without the use of implanted electrodes.”

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GlobalData said this new tech will help establish a new paradigm in treatment of neurodegenerative illnesses.

Shreya Jain, medical devices analyst at GlobalData, said this could help as there are concerns about side effects from treatment for such diseases.

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