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Guy Boeckxstaens, a neurogastroenterology researcher at the Translational Research Center for GI Disorders (TARGID) at University Hospital Leuven in Belgium says “stimulating neurons may release many neurotransmitters that may be of relevance”

Guy Boeckxstaens, a neurogastroenterology researcher at the Translational Research Center for GI Disorders (TARGID) at University Hospital Leuven in Belgium, says bioelectronic medicine is a more natural approach to treating disease, compared to using drugs that may act on many receptors and places

Source  Courtesy of Guy Boeckxstaens