NeuroPace: In The News

The NeuroPace RNS System has been featured in a variety of news media.  The views expressed in the news stories below are the views of the media, and not NeuroPace. The patient testimonials in these stories reflect the personal experiences of individual(s).  Individual results will vary. Refer to labeling for a description of the RNS® System, important prescribing information, indications for use, and safety information.

Local veteran celebrates two years seizure free

Harold “Hal” Barnes, 59, had been struggling with seizures for decades until he was introduced to a new responsive neurostimulation device in 2014….

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New ‘RNS System’ device can help millions affected by epilepsy

It is so common, it affects 1 in 26 people and now there is a new device that can help the millions affected by epilepsy.

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An innovative medical device combined with medication could tame epileptic seizures

The Neuropace RNS system was recently approved by the FDA. The device, compared to a pacemaker for the brain…

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Brain Stimulation Is the Future of Medicine

If brain stimulation is the future of medicine, then the future is now.

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This Is What It’s Really Like to Have Epilepsy

Epilepsy nearly took Emily Borghard’s life before she was diagnosed—she’s not only learned to live with the condition, but thrive as well…

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To Hell And Back: Rebooting Kimberly’s Brain

In 2010, Kimberly Bari was teaching overseas when her health started to deteriorate…

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Meet One of the First Human Cyborgs

Meet Emily Borghard, one of the world’s first true cyborgs thanks to a chip implanted in her brain. In the not too distant future, there could be millions more like her…

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Implant device for epilepsy patients can help keep seizures under control

– Nearly 3.5 million people suffer from epilepsy in this country, and for about one-third of them, medication no longer helps…

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New brain implant technology is life changing for epilepsy patient

Diagnosed with epilepsy at 8 years old, seizures became routine for Aimee Buckley. Now, at age 25, Aimee is proud to say she is nearly seizure free since receiving the RNS System two years ago.

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Milwaukee opera singer returns to teaching after lengthy battle with epilepsy

After having to put her opera career, and her life, on hold because of epilepsy, Kitt is now able to return to her passion thanks to the RNS System.

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Metro Detroit father overcomes battle with epilepsy with ‘brain pacemaker’

People with certain types of epilepsy m.ay have the option to use a therapy that doesn’t include additional drugs.

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Epilepsy breakthrough: Silicon Valley firm’s implant helps stop brain seizures

For more than 1,000 Americans with the disorder, like 43-year-old Richard Lopez, the system invented by a Silicon Valley medical technology firm has given them back their lives.

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New, implantable device life changing for man with severe epilepsy

Epilepsy is a disorder affecting as many as three million Americans, depriving its sufferers…

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Device to reduce seizures proves successful for Birmingham woman

A new type of device aimed at eliminating seizures was approved by the FDA just a few years ago….

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One year after NeuroPace implant, epilepsy patient is now seizure free

Troy Lindberg couldn’t work, drive or even walk up a flight of stairs for fear of an epileptic seizure…

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Treating Epilepsy’s Toughest Cases

Current medicines fail to relieve seizures in about a third of people with epilepsy. What can be done?

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When Drugs and Surgery Don’t Work, an Option in Epilepsy

Dr Jobst is an epileptologist and professor of neurology at Dartmouth Medical School in Hanover, New Hampshire…

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NeuroPace Epileptic Seizure Control System: Interview with Dr. Martha Morrell, CMO of NeuroPace

People with certain types of epilepsy may have the option to use a therapy that doesn’t include additional drugs.

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More patients cope with diagnosis of epilepsy

As he was growing up, Paul Shaffer sometimes froze in his tracks and felt like he was walking away from his body. He did not tell anyone about the sensation, which usually passed quickly: “Who would believe me?”

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We Have Also Been Featured On:

NeuroPace Honors & Awards

The IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society Award

IEEE

Most Promising New Product of 2015

Phoenix Medical Device CEO Conference

Heroes Among Us, 2015

Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi

Flame of Hope Award, 2015

Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York

Top 10 Medical Innovations of 2014

Cleveland Clinic’s Innovation Summit

Best Inventions of 2014

MSNBC

Top 10 Cutting Edge Medical Devices

Internet Medicine.com