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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 6(4):7, July/August 2010.
Without human volunteers, clinical research would come to a halt.
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Neurology Now. 6(4):8, July/August 2010.
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Neurology Now. 6(4):35-36, July/August 2010.
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Where to go for more information on the topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
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Neurology Now. 6(4):40, July/August 2010.
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After being diagnosed with focal dystonia of his right hand, virtuoso musician Billy McLaughlin relearned how to play the guitar—with his left. But he didn't stop there. Today, he is back to performing concerts, and remains committed to raising awareness of this potentially debilitating disease
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Neurology Now. 6(4):19,23-25, July/August 2010.
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Neurology Now. 6(4):26-27,32-34, July/August 2010.
With the first wave of baby boomers now past 60, scientists (and manufacturers) are working around the clock to come up with computerized programs to help keep the brain in shape. The brain games business is booming, but do the industry's claims stand up? And what do neurologists recommend for improving cognitive fitness?