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Why is #Alzheimer’s missed or misdiagnosed more often in men than women? Different disease pathology may play a role:http://ow.ly/QiMM302HAUb
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Times reports it, so did we: Stem cells clinics flourishing in US, despite poor evidence. http://ow.ly/Jh7l302Hkgg http://ow.ly/BPFi302Hkig
Hundreds of clinics have sprung up in the United States in recent years, offering untested stem cell treatments for many ailments.
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Nature: New clues about why chronic memory deficits follow West Nile Virus encephalitis: http://ow.ly/uSEm302F6fr
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Funds from the 2014 #ALS #icebucketchallenge have led to the discovery of a new gene: http://ow.ly/w8Vj302F2Gm
The Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in 2014 has funded the discovery of an important gene in the neurodegenerative disease ALS, the ALS Association says.
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A comparison of two ways of reading SPECT scans: Which is more reliable for diagnosing #parkinsonism? http://ow.ly/Z7Xv302CyLW
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Medical therapy led to fewer strokes/deaths vs. surgery for unruptured brain AVMS. Watch experts discuss findings: http://ow.ly/l4Up302vH3W
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1/10 hospitalizations for #Alzheimer’s could have been avoided, according to new Medicare data: http://ow.ly/S07U302HAJJ
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Elevated levels of sulfonylurea receptor-1 in CSF could be a biomarker of edema after #TBI. Watch expert analysis: http://ow.ly/VEwE302F6BL
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Do patients treated with tPA need a CT scan after an #ischemic #stroke? Watch this video for answers. http://ow.ly/hP60302F6qN
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Researchers identify an abnormal signal in brain MRI scans of people with functional movement disorders: http://ow.ly/7IMM302CzhZ
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A patient who went abroad for #stemcelltherapy to treat residual stroke deficits returned with far worse symptoms. http://ow.ly/qGAT302Cz2C
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Retinal thickness can predict #multiplesclerosis disease progression 2-3 years later. In this video, experts discuss:http://ow.ly/Ejis302vHlz
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The official news source of the American Academy of Neurology.
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Neurology Today is a biweekly newspaper covering important clinical, research, policy, practice, and other news relevant to neurologists. Readers can expect in-depth and timely reports on professional meetings, ongoing trials and therapies, strategies for improving quality of care and systems management, and... articles by opinion leaders on the critical issues confronting neurologists today.

Neurology Today provides readers with an inside track to information they need to keep up to date on the practical issues of stroke, Alzheimer disease, epilepsy, Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis, and other disorders of the brain and nervous system.
 
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