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Neurology Now. 7(4):6, August/September 2011.
Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):3, August/September 2011.
Accepting loss can help us lead more fulfilling lives.
Woodward, Angela Less
Hadas, Rachel Less
Morgensen, Meg Less
Cole, Liz Less
Shaw, Gina Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):8-9,13, August/September 2011.
Kim, Scott Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):9, August/September 2011.
Neurology Now. 7(4):13, August/September 2011.
Talan, Jamie Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):32,34, August/September 2011.
The Gimbel brothers haven't let Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a fatal genetic disease, cause them to lose heart.
Heilman, Kenneth Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):35, August/September 2011.
Answer to your question about the neurologic effects of depression.
Stephens, Stephanie Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):36, August/September 2011.
Where to go for more information on the topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
Farley, Todd Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):36-39, August/September 2011.
Neurology Now. 7(4):39, August/September 2011.
Smalkowski, Frances Less
Neurology Now. 7(4):40, August/September 2011.
One woman's story of finding spiritual understanding in her 50-year struggle with hormonal migraines.
Neurology Now. 7(4):14-16,18-19, August/September 2011.
World-renowned artist Chuck Close is as complex as his intricate paintings. Equipped with an arsenal of color and vast blank canvases, Close uses his neurologic conditions—dyslexia, face blindness, paralysis—as an impetus to paint with greater depth and richness. “Everything in my work is directly related to my learning disabilities,” he says.
Neurology Now. 7(4):25-28,30, August/September 2011.
A diagnosis of malignant brain tumor can be terrifying—neither surgery, radiation, nor chemotherapy can completely eliminate this kind of tumor. But ongoing research continues to advance diagnosis and treatment for brain-tumor patients.