Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Helps Woman Emerge from Darkness of Depression

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Story Summary

Marsha Meyer has a history of sharing her voice with others as a vocal teacher. When she wasn’t leading her show choir to a state victory, she volunteered to teach children songs at her church. The 70-year-old mother of two has always been a positive light to those around her.

But one day in 1994, things went dark. She woke up feeling unable to function.

Things got so severe that Meyer had to call in sick for work and her parents came to help out. She knew something wasn’t right because she loved work and never felt anything like this before. Soon after, she was diagnosed with depression.

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