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Diagnosing & Treating Brain Injury: Personal Stories

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Neurostorm of the Century, Part 1 of 3: Medical Terminology
By: Suzette Buhr | February 13, 2017
The word “neurostorming” was one of many new medical terms we learned while Josh was in his coma. 

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Letter From the Other Side — Return from a Traumatic Brain Injury
By: Tim Page | August 31, 2016
The Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic Tim Page writes about rebuilding his life after a traumatic brain injury.

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I Can Fix You
July 4, 2016
It took a few minutes to go over my medical history as we sat in his exam room. He took a few notes, listened to our story, took a few more notes, and asked a question or two. He then looked us square in the eyes and uttered four words. “I can fix you.”

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How Does the IMPACT Baseline Test for Athletes Really Work?
January 23, 2014
Retired Soccer Star Briana Scurry describes how the computerized baseline test works and how it is used for athletes who have sustained a concussion.

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Fighting the "TBI Wars": New Alternatives for TBI Survivors
By: Joel Goldstein | September 5, 2012
In A Farewell to Arms, Hemingway wrote, “The world breaks us all, then after, some are strong at the broken places.”

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Cognitive Therapy Gave Me the Anchor I Needed
By: Carolyn McCormack | April 30, 2009
It wasn’t until six months after her car crash that this woman got the help she needed for her brain injury.

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My Invisible Disability
By: Greg Noack | January 1, 2006
One young man's story of how he brought light to tragedy.

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