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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 3(2):5, March/April 2007.
Gonzales, Sandy Less
Neurology Now. 3(2):6, March/April 2007.
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Neurology Now. 3(2):6-7, March/April 2007.
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Neurology Now. 3(2):7, March/April 2007.
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Neurology Now. 3(2):17-19, March/April 2007.
Hollywood icon Julie Andrews is receiving our Public Leadership in Neurology Award for playing a starring role in the fight against Huntington's disease.
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SHAW, GINA Less
Neurology Now. 3(2):28-31, March/April 2007.
Pet therapy offers emotional, cognitive, and social benefits for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
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Neurology Now. 3(2):33-35, March/April 2007.
People with neuropathy were once told not to exercise, but not any more. Here are simple tips for getting started.
LAINO, CHARLENE Less
Neurology Now. 3(2):20-27, March/April 2007.
Researchers are successfully teasing out the genetic roots of many neurological disorders—Huntington's disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke, autism—making possible earlier interventions and maybe even new treatments.