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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):4, April/May 2011.
Considine, Joseph D.
Considine, Joseph D. Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):5, April/May 2011.
Reich, Anna Victoria
Reich, Anna Victoria Less
Harshaw, Ronald H.
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Estlack, M. C.
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Gharibo, Christopher; Sankholkar, Kriti
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Neurology Now. 7(2):31, April/May 2011.
Shaw, Gina Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):32-33, April/May 2011.
Talan, Jamie Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):34-35, April/May 2011.
Levy, Annie Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):39, April/May 2011.
Doheny, Cathy Crenshaw
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Neurology Now. 7(2):40, April/May 2011.
Collier, Andrea King
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Neurology Now. 7(2):9-11, April/May 2011.
Kim, Scott Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):10, April/May 2011.
Chillemi, Stacey; Devinsky, Orrin
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Neurology Now. 7(2):12, April/May 2011.
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Gora, Susannah Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):14-19, April/May 2011.
Actress Lea Thompson, of Back to the Future fame, has been playing a lesser-known role for many years: Alzheimer's disease advocate. Along with her family, she performs at fundraisers, talks to lobbyists, and raises awareness of the disease to anyone who will listen.
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):23-26, April/May 2011.
People with epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, seizures from tuberous sclerosis, and other neurologic diseases are using cell phones with Web access to upload information on symptoms to their doctors in real time. Mobile devices can even serve as prosthetics for cognitive impairments and help researchers carry out clinical trials. Will digital devices revolutionize the doctor-patient relationship?
Gordon, Debra Less
Neurology Now. 7(2):27-30, April/May 2011.
When it comes to neurologic disorders like multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson's disease, early intervention can make a big difference. In the case of MS, early treatment may even alter the course of the disease, in addition to alleviating symptoms.