A $100,000 stethoscopes could help people with Parkinson’s disease get to work

By ELIZABETH HARRIS Associated Press The cost of an electronic stethoscopic device could be a lot less than the $100K price tag for a conventional one.

Stethoscopy is a surgical procedure that uses an electronic sensor to see what’s going on in the body of an individual’s head, neck and face.

It’s the most common treatment for people with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s, and other neurological conditions.

It costs about $200 a month, but a device that costs $1,000 or less is relatively inexpensive.

The cost of a medical device with a digital version of a stethocope has not been fully determined, but it is more expensive than a medical stethode, which uses a mechanical device to remove tissue from the body.

Stem Cells Are Back in the NewsAs the technology continues to improve, researchers are working on stem cells that can be implanted in a person’s body.

The first clinical trial of these stem cells is under way at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

These stem cells are designed to help restore function to patients who are unable to move.

The treatment is called neurostimulation therapy, or NST.

The National Institutes of Health is also funding the research, which is being done at Massachusetts General Hospital in Worcester.

Researchers say they hope to have stem cells implanted in the next two years, and are currently testing a different type of therapy called stem cell-like therapy.NST is also being tested in patients who have had spinal cord injury, spinal muscular atrophy and other disorders, according to a release from the NIH.

The NIH says that while NST is promising, the study of these cells is far from finished.

The agency is also encouraging other scientists to work on these stem cell therapies.

This means that scientists will have to develop more advanced ways of injecting stem cells into the body and are looking for ways to treat a wide variety of disorders.