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This collection contains essays, poems, and artwork by people living with neurologic conditions as well as their friends, family, and caregivers. Sign up to receive an alert by email or RSS when a new Speak Up is added to this collection: Go to the "Collection Alerts" box in the right-hand column.
Dams-O'connor, Kristen Less
Neurology Now. 11(5):70, October/November 2015.
A neuropsychologist reflects on how people with traumatic brain injury reinvent their lives.
Fernald, Denny Less
Neurology Now. 11(4):40, August/September 2015.
Myasthenia gravis plays tricks with the author's vision, but not his sense of humor
Mengason, Alysse Less
Neurology Now. 11(3):50, June/July 2015.
The author's epilepsy diagnosis ultimately strengthens her marriage and makes her a safer skier.
Eidem, Mabs Less
Neurology Now. 11(2):46, April/May 2015.
Before getting brain surgery to stop her seizures, a patient makes a special request.
Holzemer, Liz Less
Neurology Now. 11(1):54, February/March 2015.
After brain surgery, a writer finds a new voice.
de Cerreño, Allison L. C.
de Cerreño, Allison L. C. Less
Neurology Now. 10(6):78, December/January 2014.
A mother finds comfort in finally receiving a diagnosis.
Woodall, Wendall Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):62, October/November 2014.
A pastor and teacher reflects on living with Parkinson's disease.
Gersz, Elaine; Raines, Marsha
Gersz, Elaine; Raines, Marsha Less
Neurology Now. 10(3):54, June/July 2014.
A mother-daughter take on chronic daily headache.
Brennan, Michael J.
Brennan, Michael J. Less
Neurology Now. 10(2):46, April/May 2014.
Born in 1949 with a rare form of spina bifida, Michael J. Brennan's prognosis was bleak. Thanks in large part to his mother, Brennan became a teacher, a nurse, and a father.
Smolev, Richard Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):40, February/March 2014.
How Richard Smolev, a lawyer turned novelist with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), learned to take comfort in the compassion of others.
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Stanley, Katherine Less
Neurology Now. 9(5):38, October/November 2013.
Katherine Stanley shares her experience living with Prader-Willi syndrome.
Trefil, Rabbi Galina
Trefil, Rabbi Galina Less
Neurology Now. 9(4):48, August/September 2013.
Rabbi Galina Trefil shares her journey from shame to acceptance of epilepsy.
Quinn, Pamela Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):40, April-May 2013.
Pamela Quinn uses dance to manage Parkinson's disease.
Libraty, Samantha Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):40, February-March 2013.
How 16-year-old Samantha Libraty adjusted to life after her father experienced major bleeding in his brain.
Fales, Corinna Less
Neurology Now. 8(4):52, August-september 2012.
Knezevich, Dana Less
Neurology Now. 8(3):40, June-july 2012.
Multiple sclerosis may have slowed Dana Knezevich down, but it hasn't stopped her.
Franck, Gayle Less
Neurology Now. 8(1):40, February-march 2012.
In learning to manage the fatigue of multiple sclerosis, Gayle Franck has discovered a new sense of energy and joy.
Crosby, Kathryn Less
Neurology Now. 7(6):40, December/January 2011.
After being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, Kathryn Crosby found and adopted a stray dog named Oliver—and rediscovered the joy of movement.
Smalkowski, Frances Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):40, August/September 2011.
One woman's story of finding spiritual understanding in her 50-year struggle with hormonal migraines.
Valero, Noel Less
Neurology Now. 7(3):48, June/July 2011.
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