Rob Verlinden after a brain operation: “Result is incredibly good,”
29 may-2020 08:22
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Presenter Rob Verlinden has made great progress, thanks to the earth that he was at the end of 2019 at the latest process. The effects of the disease, and Parkinson’s disease bring with them are greatly reduced, he said Friday in an interview with The Telegraph.
Verlinden was earlier in the week and go back to the hospital for a check. “My doctor suddenly looked at his eyes, then he told me again,” says the presenter, who has a DBS surgery. In addition, he got electrodes implanted in his brain, and placed, in combination with a pacemaker.
“The results have been a little more than seven months later, unbelievably good,” says the presenter. “The implanted electrodes to do their work. I don’t vibrate any more, it may be decent to talk to and of course is not so crooked as Quasimodo.”