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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):7, November/December 2008.
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Golden, Janet M.
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Neurology Now. 4(6):8, November/December 2008.
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Snow, Ed Less
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Navis, Dawn Batten
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Neurology Now. 4(6):8-9, November/December 2008.
Neurology Now. 4(6):9, November/December 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(6):13-14, November/December 2008.
Stump, Elizabeth Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):14, November/December 2008.
ROTH, KIMBERLEE Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):28,31, November/December 2008.
How to get the most out of your prescription-drug plan.
VALEO, TOM Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):32-33, November/December 2008.
The challenges facing clinical trials for myasthenia gravis.
ROSENBERG, JASON Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):34, November/December 2008.
Answers to your questions about Arnold Chiari Malformation and Rett syndrome.
NEUL, JEFFREY L.
NEUL, JEFFREY L. Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):36, November/December 2008.
Neurology Now. 4(6):36,38-39, November/December 2008.
Where to go for more information on topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
Neurology Now. 4(6):38, November/December 2008.
JUST, RUTH Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):40, November/December 2008.
One woman's story of learning to accept multiple sclerosis.
CHILDERS, LINDA Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):15-17, November/December 2008.
TV viewers may recognize Greg Grunberg from his starring role as telepathic detective Matt Parkman on the hit show Heroes. What most people don't realize is that the role closest to Grunberg's heart is advocating on behalf of his 12-year-old son Jake—as well as the roughly 45,000 children under the age of 15 who develop epilepsy each year.
TALAN, JAMIE Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):18-22, November/December 2008.
Since the sequencing of the human genome was completed in 2003, researchers have found risk genes for numerous medical conditions. Now, there is a growing number of companies offering genetic tests directly to customers. But how valid and helpful are these test results for the average consumer?
STUMP, ELIZABETH Less
Neurology Now. 4(6):23-26, November/December 2008.
Approximately one-third of epilepsy patients have uncontrollable seizures that don't respond to medication. And about 15–30 percent of these patients actually have psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, which are caused not by abnormal electrical discharges in the brain but by underlying psychological disturbances. One major obstacle on the path to treatment is acceptance of the diagnosis.