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May 21, 2015 - Volume 15 - Issue 10 - Contributor Index

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Collins, Thomas R.

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Neurofilament Subunit Could Signal Poor Encephalitis Outcomes, Research Suggests

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Study Sheds Light on Cervical Dystonia Incidence and Effects of Diagnostic Delay

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Modified Amino Acid Improves Cerebellar Ataxia in Niemann-Pick Type C, A Case Series Shows

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Ellis, Fay

Neurology Today Writer Tom Valeo Dies

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Fitzgerald, Susan

A Form of Interferon May Help Keep West Nile Virus from Getting into the Brain, A New Study Suggests

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New Clues To Why Clinical Outcomes Differ for Neuroblastoma Patients

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Hiscott, Rebecca

Co-Existing Depression and Diabetes Linked to 117 Percent Increased Risk for Dementia

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Hurley, Dan

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Moderate to Severe Cerebral Amyloid Angiography Found More Commonly in Autosomal-Dominant Alzheimer Disease

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Robinson, Richard

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Preclinical Success Reported with Gene Therapy for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Antisense Therapy Halts Spinocerebellar Ataxia Disease Progression in Two Mouse Models, Pointing Toward a Clinical Trial

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Talan, Jamie

Two Topical Drugs Found to Promote Functional Remyelination in Cellular Models of Multiple Sclerosis

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Diet Associated with Less Cognitive Decline, Risk for Stroke, Two Studies Show

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