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Created:   10/20/2011
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Letters to the Editor: Disclosure of Financial Conflicts of Interest

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Letters to the Editor: Zika and Defining Guillain-Barré Syndrome

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Viewpoint: Fifteen Years of Excellence: A Reflection of How Far Neurology Has Come

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Letters to the Editor: The US ‘Debut’ of Santiago Ramon y Cajal's Anatomical Sketches

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: UnitedHealthcare: Why Clinicians Should Fight Back

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VIEWPOINT: Why Neurologists and Their Patients Must Be Informed When Pharmacists Switch Biologics

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: More Clinical Skills, Less Reliance on MRI; Keeping Private Practice Alive

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VIEWPOINT: Why I Left My Desk for Capitol Hill — And What I Learned

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EDITOR'S NOTE

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: ‘Downton Abbey’ & The Brain

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Fibrinogen in MS: Critique Addressed

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Best Advances of 2012: Picks from the Neurology Today Editorial Advisory Board

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ASK THE NEUROETHICIST: Can You Avoid the Nocebo Response But Still Fully Inform Patients About Potential Medication Side Effects?

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ASK THE NEUROETHICIST: Can You Avoid the Nocebo Response But Still Fully Inform Patients About Potential Medication Side Effects?

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Best Advances of 2012: Picks from the Neurology Today Editorial Advisory Board

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Best Advances of 2012: Picks from the Neurology Today Editorial Advisory Board

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VIEWPOINT: Leaving Neurology: Lessons Learned After a Long Career

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ASK THE NEUROETHICIST: A Common Conundrum — and Against All Odds: “I Want You to Do Everything to Save Her!”

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Ask the Neuroethicist: Can a Neurologist Write a DNR Order on a Terminally Ill Patient Without Consent?

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Ask the Neuroethicist: Should Patients in Disordered States of Consciousness Be Enrolled in Research? How to Decide

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Letters to the Editor: Have Career Regrets? Some Do, Some Don't!

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Viewpoint: My Journey from the US Back to Pakistan: What Keeps Me Here

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Viewpoint: Can Physicians Really Provide Death with Dignity?

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Letters to the Editor: Death with Dignity: It's Personal

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Viewpoint Can We Really Prepare for Enabling ‘Death with Dignity’?

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Did Lou Gehrig Have Lou Gehrig's Disease?

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Reflections on the End of a Practice: Lessons Learned

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Why Neurology Residents Need to Get Involved in Health System Reform

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Do the ‘Facts’ Really Support an Association Between NFL Players' Concussions, Dementia and Depression?

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‘You'll Help Save Others Like Him’ — Notes from the Wards of Uganda

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On Becoming the Former Chief Editor of Neurology Today

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The Viewpoint Author DR. RINGEL Responds

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VIEWPOINT: HOW WILL HEALTH REFORM BE MEASURED?

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The AAN and Pharma: Conflicts of Interest or Common Interests?

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How Neurologists Can Contribute to Health Care Reform Right Now

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Why We Should Celebrate ‘The Pride of the Yankees’

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Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest: Is Transparency Clear Enough?

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Why the Nursing Shortage Will Affect Neurology — What Neurologists Can Do to Help

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ALS and Unproven Treatments: What Should Patients and Physicians Do?

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Animal Rights Extremism — Can the Research and Medical Communities Bite Back?

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Internet Use and the Doctor‐Patient Relationship — The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Chronic Care in Crisis: Why We Need A New System

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Chronic Care in Crisis: Why We Need (And I Chose) a Different System

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What We Can Do to Fill A Critical Gap for Returning Soldiers

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Approval of Generic Biologics: Why We Can't Afford a Dangerous Shortcut

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ON BANNING BOXING

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ON BANNING BOXING

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ON BANNING BOXING

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