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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):4, July/August 2008.
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Benson, Neil Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):5, July/August 2008.
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Ross, Phyllis Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):5,9, July/August 2008.
Sinclair, Jan; Thompson, Gail
Sinclair, Jan; Thompson, Gail Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):9, July/August 2008.
Talan, Jamie Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):10,11, July/August 2008.
Smolinsky, Mike Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):11, July/August 2008.
Cajigal, Stephanie Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):12, July/August 2008.
Childers, Linda Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):14-16, July/August 2008.
On the CBs drama Criminal Minds, shemar Moore plays the role of FBI special agent Derek Morgan, part of an elite team of profilers who analyze the country's most twisted criminal minds and anticipate their next moves before they strike again. In real life, Moore is committed to eradicating a different kind of villain: multiple sclerosis, a chronic and potentially debilitating neurological disease that affects over 400,000 Americans, including his mother, Marilyn Wilson-Moore.
Wilner, Andrew Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):17,18,23, July/August 2008.
Many people with neurological conditions—such as epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer's disease face driving challenges. However, regular driving assessments, treatment of those conditions, and access to alternative modes of transportation can help ensure that people retain their independence without endangering themselves or others.
Cooper, Andrea Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):24-27, July/August 2008.
At 21, Denise Reagor assumed that she knew who she was. sure, there were discoveries to be made, but she figured her personality was pretty much formed. Most of us make the same assumption, and most of us are wrong. If you've ever wondered what it's like to rebuild your life from scratch, read the story of Reagor's amnesia.
Valeo, Tom Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):28,31, July/August 2008.
MacReady, Norra Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):32-33, July/August 2008.
Scherokman, Barbara Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):34, July/August 2008.
Answers to your questions about intracranial hypertension, transverse myelitis, corticobasal degeneration, and polymyositis.
Kerr, Douglas Less
Neurology Now. 4(4):37, July/August 2008.
Where to go for more information on topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.