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  1. Our group has published on the impact of near-infrared pulsed-light stimulation in dementia, showing improved cognitive and behavioral functioning after 28 consecutive five-minute treatments. We are using this now in our clinical work, and are combining self-administered photobiomodulation with home-based brainwave biofeedback training. Clinical trials are ongoing at Texas A&M Baylor Research Institute and Quietmind Foundation (see clinicaltrials.gov).

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