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A Harvard Brain Scientist Suffers a Stroke & Experiences Nirvanna

From: Brett J.
Sent on: Sunday, April 13, 2008 2:28 PM
As a Harvard-trained neuroanatomist, Jill Bolte Taylor has always known more about brains than most people. But when a brain hemorrhage triggered her own stroke, she suddenly had a front-row seat on the deterioration of the brain.

Dr. Taylor recounts the details of her stroke and the amazing insights she gained from it in a riveting video of her speech at the Technology, Entertainment, Design Conference in Monterey, Calif., last month.

Check it out at http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/03/13/when-a-brain-scientist-suffers-a-stroke/?em&ex=1205726400&en=25d09fa1ea79adc2&ei=5087%0A

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