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A new therapy could help suppress tremors in people with Parkinson's disease, an Oxford University study suggests.

The technique – called transcranial alternating current stimulation or TACS – cancels out the brain signal causing the tremors by applying a small, safe electric current across electrodes on the outside of a patient’s head.

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