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The past and present of Tourette's

  • Aired: 12/06/2012
  • 04:31
  • Rating: NR
Dr. James Cook explains the history of Tourette's Syndrome, charting its early diagnoses, misconceptions, and promotion back into general medical discussion. He also discusses Sutie Madison and her creative expression through Tourette's and the possible benefits it may present. Edited by Benjamin R. Schmidt
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Dr. James Cook explains the history of Tourette's Syndrome.
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