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CNS Response, Inc. Provides Review of Poster Session Delivered at the American Psychiatric Association 161st Annual Meeting
Date:5/22/2008

, the patient did not require further hospitalization, and at the end of the 24 months was rated as 'Normal.'

"The two Bulimia Nervosa patients in the study had seven hospitalizations between them, but neither required further hospital care after being treated by the rEEG guided medications personalized to their own brain function. We would never have known or even considered these medications without the guidance of this rEEG analysis and associated reports."

Len Brandt, Chairman and CEO of CNS Response, noted, "I congratulate Dr. Greenblatt on his accomplishments in this study in which he documented the benefits of personalized medication selection based on analysis of brain physiology. It is not only the dramatic improvement demonstrated in this study that makes it a compelling analysis, but also that he had carefully documented treatment history on these patients for two years prior to rEEG analysis. Generally, researchers lack accurate treatment histories for patients recruited to a study, and comparisons of previous treatments to a new treatment approach cannot be made. The best alternative is to compare two patient groups that are randomly assigned different treatment regimes, ignoring comparisons to historical response to treatment. Results are typically measured over a fairly short period of eight to twelve weeks, but rating improvements are challenging as unique patient history and symptom manifestation data is unavailable.

"In this study, however, Dr Greenblatt carefully recorded treatment histories for 24 months prior to the rEEG analysis. He then measured patients' responses to the rEEG-guided medications and associated therapies for 6 to 24 months post initial dosing, demonstrating not just treatment response, but also that the response was durable. The long term record of pre-rEEG treatment history compared to post-rEEG treatment makes this a notable study.

"Though a small group of patients were involved in this study, cons
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