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Brey, Robin L.
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Neurology Now. 2(6):4, November/December 2006.
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His epilepsy under control, NFL All-Star lineman Alan Faneca now guards his 1-year-old daughter from seizures of her own.
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For people with brain disorders, the mere act of painting or sketching can draw out memory and movement.
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Neurology Now. 2(6):28-30, November/December 2006.