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April 21, 2016 - Volume 16 - Issue 8 - Contributor Index

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Talan, Jamie

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Epilepsy Does Not Impact Fertility, New Study Finds

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Shaw, Gina

‘Precision Medicine’: How It's Playing Out in Neurology

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Samson, Kurt

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Phase 3 Trial of Valbenazine for Tardive Dyskinesia Clears Way for New Drug Application

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Sulfonylurea Receptor Levels May Help Evaluate Post-TBI Edema

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: IV Glyburide Shows Promise in Reducing Edema After Ischemic Stroke

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Robinson, Richard

Pre-Concussion Somatization Predicts Longer Recovery, New Study Finds

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Moran, Mark

The New CDC Guideline: When to Limit Opioids and What to Use as Alternatives for Chronic Pain

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Hurley, Dan

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Retinal Thickness Predicts MS Worsening Two to Five Years Out, Offering Useful Clinical and Trial Markers, Study Finds

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Four-Year Eteplirsen Results Show 10 of 12 Children with DMD Are Still Walking

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Fitzgerald, Susan

Antipsychotic Drugs Associated with Higher Mortality in PD Patients, New Study Finds

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Collins, Thomas R.

News from the AAN Annual Meeting: New Five-Year Analysis Shows Better Functional Outcomes for Medical Therapy Alone in Unruptured Brain AVMs

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: Routine CT Scans After tPA Do Not Effect Clinical Management, Study Finds

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