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  • Neurology and Women's Health: Epilepsy

    Neurology and Women's Health: Epilepsy

    Treatment is complicated for anyone with epilepsy, but especially so for women. Krystal Sully, MD talks about these issues and what women can do.

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  • Neurology and Women's Health: Multiple Sclerosis

    Neurology and Women's Health: Multiple Sclerosis

    Suma Shah, MD, talks about women and MS, from why they're at greater risk, to how to find work-life balance.

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  • Neurology and Women's Health: Stroke

    Neurology and Women's Health: Stroke

    Jodi Dodds, MD, discusses how stroke is more complicated and dangerous for women--and what women can do about it.

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  • Neurology and Women's Health: Alzheimer's Disease

    Neurology and Women's Health: Alzheimer's Disease

    Kim Johnson, MD, talks about why women are at greater risk for Alzheimer's, how women can reduce their risk, and how research is helping us diagnose the disease earlier.

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  • Duke Neurology Research Round-Up, March 2018

    Duke Neurology Research Round-Up, March 2018

    New studies from March include help prevent complications from surgery, explain the cellular self-cleansing process of autophagy, and understand how monkey brains synchronize when cooperating.

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