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Neurology Now. 7(5):12, October/November 2011.
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Neurology Now. 7(5):18-20, October/November 2011.
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Neurology Now. 7(5):19, October/November 2011.
Neurobics: The latest puzzle from Scott Kim, Ph.D., coauthor, with neuroscientist Richard Restak, M.D., of The Playful Brain.
Neurology Now. 7(5):20, October/November 2011.
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Answers to readers' questions about plasmapheresis for myasthenia gravis, Moyamoya disease, and the effects of radiation on the brain and spinal cord.
Childers, Linda Less
Neurology Now. 7(5):26-28,30-31, October/November 2011.
Kevin Sorbo is best known for his television portrayal of Hercules, a muscle-bound hero who battles the forces of evil. Unbeknownst to his fans, Sorbo was also waging a secret battle—on and off the set—after a series of strokes left him partially blind and incapacitated at 38 years old. “I went through two years of hell before I began to feel like myself again,” Sorbo says. now, the actor has discovered a different kind of strength.
Wolf, Catherine G.
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Neurology Now. 7(5):32-36, October/November 2011.
Being diagnosed with a neurologic disorder sometimes causes people to withdraw from the world, but the men and women we profile here have learned to use their illness as a call to action. How? By becoming patient- and caregiver-advocates. Cathy Wolf speaks from personal experience about how and why she took the big step—from ALS patient to advocate—and offers advice for advocates-in-training.
Gordon, Debra Less
Neurology Now. 7(5):37,45-49, October/November 2011.
Fragile X syndrome is the most common cause of inherited intellectual disability in boys, and the condition affects many girls as well. Now, a slew of new treatments are being tested in clinical trials. one day, some of them may help reverse the cognitive and developmental effects of this genetic disease.
Dale, Alison Less
Neurology Now. 7(5):50,53-55, October/November 2011.
Allen rucker was diagnosed with transverse myelitis 15 years ago. But despite permanent paralysis, the irreverent Hollywood writer has been anything but stationary. Rucker's most recent books—The Best Seat in the House and The Cripple Chronicles—describe his life on wheels with wit and wisdom.
Samson, Kurt Less
Neurology Now. 7(5):59-63, October/November 2011.
Along with the emotional and physical costs of being diagnosed with a neurologic disorder come the tangible costs of treatment. Read here to discover the many organizations, foundations, pharmaceutical companies, and social media sites that can help you save money while receiving top-notch health care.