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Neurology Now. 10(6):4, December/January 2014.
Ann Baclawski, Mary
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Neurology Now. 10(6):12, December/January 2014.
Saltzgiver, Susan C.
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Schooler, Mary P.
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Lindaur, Allison; Carter, Julie H
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Neurology Now. 10(6):13, December/January 2014.
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Neurology Now. 10(6):14-16, December/January 2014.
This Way In: A day in the life of a general neurologist.
Dolan, Darrach Less
Neurology Now. 10(6):17-18, December/January 2014.
New Reels: A film festival brings disability to the mainstream.
Collier, Andrea King
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Neurology Now. 10(6):23, December/January 2014.
Tech Talk: An app spurs creative expression in Alzheimer's patients!
Gordon, Debra Less
Neurology Now. 10(6):56-58, December/January 2014.
The quest to treat pseudobulbar affect.
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Neurology Now. 10(6):24-31, December/January 2014.
FOX News meteorologist Janice Dean is known for her tenacious coverage of rocky weather. Yet nine years ago, Dean was surprised to learn that a threatening neurological storm was brewing inside of her, resulting in a diagnosis of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.
Neurology Now. 10(6):32-35, December/January 2014.
How our understanding of five common neurologic conditions—Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy, migraine, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease—has changed over the last 30 years.
Stephens, Stephanie Less
Neurology Now. 10(6):36-39, December/January 2014.
Brianna Bernard has hereditary spastic paraplegia, a rare disease that causes weakness and stiffness in the muscles of the lower extremities. But the energetic six-year-old isn't letting the condition slow her down.
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.
Shaw, Gina Less
Neurology Now. 10(6):48-55, December/January 2014.
A national research consortium hopes to unravel the genetics of rare childhood epilepsies and find treatments for children like Natasha Fischer.
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