Symptoms and treatmentEdit
Symptoms of DDS vary in severity, but include dizziness, migraines, loss of control over installed augmentations, painful seizures, and even death. There is no permanent cure for DDS. Patients must administer the anti-rejection drug Neuropozyne weekly to counteract the buildup of glial tissue. Alternatives to Neuropozyne exist such as Riezene, which is seemingly just as effective at treating the illness. If anti-rejection drugs is not available, it is suggested that patients use ice packs on any painful augmented limbs. In addition, they can take magnesium-based supplements which help to relax blood vessels in the brain, alleviating migraines.
People Unaffected by DDS Edit
Adam Jensen is the only known person who does not suffer from DDS, and does not need Neuropozyne. This is a result of experimental genetic therapy treatments performed on Jensen as a child at White Helix Labs.