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Neurology Now. 10(6):17-18, December/January 2014.
New Reels: A film festival brings disability to the mainstream.
Neurology Now. 10(6):44-47, December/January 2014.
12-year-old Caleb Metherell remains positive, despite his diagnosis with DYT1 dystonia, a debilitating involuntary movement disorder. Experts weigh in on deep brain stimulation and other therapies.
Neurology Now. 10(6):69-71, December/January 2014.
Researchers learn more about the early signs for Huntington's disease.
Neurology Now. 10(4):12-13, August/September 2014.
This Way In: A new guideline from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) on preventing stroke in people with atrial fibrillation.
Neurology Now. 10(4):48-51, August/September 2014.
Simvastatin for secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis.
Neurology Now. 10(3):37-43, June/July 2014.
Despite a major discovery about what causes fragile X, a cure is still elusive.
Neurology Now. 10(3):49-51, June/July 2014.
The AAN's review of the safety and efficacy of medical marijuana for neurologic conditions.
Neurology Now. 10(2):12-13, April/May 2014.
This Way In: New guideline from the American Academy of Neurology on complementary and alternative medicine for multiple sclerosis.
Neurology Now. 10(1):12-14, February/March 2014.
This Way In: New guideline from the American Academy of Neurology on treating psychiatric disorders in multiple sclerosis.
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