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Cambridge Independent: Addenbrooke’s to offer Parkinson’s inpatients body-worn CUE1 device from Cambridge company Charco Neurotech to relieve symptoms


Addenbrooke’s hospital have started a pilot trial where they’ll offer Parkinson’s disease inpatients a new body-worn device, developed by Cambridge startup. The CUE1, created by Charco Neurotech, worn on the sternum “delivers specialised patterns of vibration and pulses known as vibrotactile stimulation and cueing.”

Charco Neurotech were previously on Accelerate Cambridge programme, run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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