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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 4(5):7, September/October 2008.
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Suggs, Betty B.
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Neurology Now. 4(5):8, September/October 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(5):34, September/October 2008.
Answers to your questions about multiple sclerosis drugs and Meniere's disease.
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Neurology Now. 4(5):37, September/October 2008.
Where to go for more information on topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
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Anisha Hassan's “diary of a life in progress,” about her experience with Stiff Person Syndrome.
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Neurology Now. 4(5):14-16,19, September/October 2008.
During the 1990s, Troy Aikman was a recordsetting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, leading them to three Super Bowl wins. He built a Hall-of-Fame career while suffering from migraine, an often debilitating neurological condition that afflicts nearly 30 million Americans. But it was almost 35 years after first experiencing symptoms that Aikman was finally diagnosed with migraine—because he never consulted a doctor about his pain.
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Neurology Now. 4(5):23-26, September/October 2008.
Adult normal pressure hydrocephalus is often misdiagnosed as Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease—or simply chalked up to aging. But it is a reversible condition, and thanks to advances in shunt technology, the treatments are safer than ever before.
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Neurology Now. 4(5):28-31, September/October 2008.
As treatment advances help people with malignant brain tumors live longer, the medical community is paying more attention to the qualities of cancer survivors' lives after surgery.