Skip Navigation LinksHome > May/June 2009 - Volume 5 - Issue 3 > Neurology Touches Us All
Neurology Now:
doi: 10.1097/01.NNN.0000356885.93554.f5
Department: Letter

Neurology Touches Us All

Goodrich, Lorrie G.

Free Access

My interest in neurological disorders is personal. I survived a “neurological incident/brain injury” (subarachnoid cerebral aneurysm) and over the years have learned of neurological disorders diagnosed amongst family members and friends. These include a son diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at age 45, a paternal nephew recently diagnosed at age 43 with multiple sclerosis, a 38-year-old maternal nephew suffering lingering symptoms from a traumatic brain injury, and a close friend who has suffered recurring strokes (the more recent severely affected her ability to communicate verbally…and she was known as a great conversationalist!). Please continue with the publication. Know that I have referred it to many friends and family members.

—Lorrie G. Goodrich

©2009 American Academy of Neurology

Article Tools

Share