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Nexalin Technology Awarded Key Patent Related to its Non-Invasive, Frequency-Based Deep-Brain Stimulation Device for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

HOUSTON, TEXAS, June 20, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nexalin Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: NXL; NXLIW) (the “Company” or “Nexalin”) today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded U.S. Patent No 12,011,591 relating to the Company’s non-invasive Deep Intracranial Frequency Stimulation (DIFS®) medical device for the treatment of Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related brain diseases.

Mark White, CEO of Nexalin Technology, stated, “The award of this patent marks another major milestone for the Company, as we expand our intellectual property to include the treatment of Alzheimer’s and dementia. According to Grandview Research, the global dementia treatment market is estimated to be in excess of $18 billion and is projected to reach over $28 billion by 2030. This growth is driven by the increasing prevalence of various forms of dementia. According to the World Health Organization, more than 55 million people currently live with dementia and nearly 10 million new cases are diagnosed every year. The market is further bolstered by significant investments in research and development. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, annual funding for Alzheimer’s and dementia research by the federal government is estimated to be in excess of $3 billion annually, which underscores the critical need for innovative treatments like Nexalin’s neurostimulation device. Our growing body of published clinical studies supports the clinical benefits of our device for the treatment of a variety of neurological diseases associated with deep brain structures, ranging from treatment-resistant depression to migraines, anxiety, insomnia, addiction and PTSD. Similarly, we believe that our DIFS® technology holds the potential to revolutionize the standard of care for additional mental health disorders such as Alzheimer’s and dementia.”

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