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The Early Stage of Understanding Alzheimer's
The Early Stage of Understanding Alzheimer's

"It's an exciting time. There has been a great deal of recent progress in understanding the mechanisms involved in the development of Alzheimer's," neurologist and neuroscientist Erik Roberson, MD, PhD, and UAB associate professor of neurology said.

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Neurologist Combines Stroke Intervention and Cuban Cooking
Neurologist Combines Stroke Intervention and Cuban Cooking

Gomez, MD has a personal history that few physicians share: he and his family twice had to leave their home countries--first Cuba, then Venezuela--because of what he now calls the "political deterioration" of both nations, before eventually moving to the U.S.

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Miniature, Implantable Device Helps UAB Physicians Head off Seizures
Miniature, Implantable Device Helps UAB Physicians Head off Seizures

A computer flash drive that can reprogram a person's brain to avoid epileptic seizures?

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