How Has Our Understanding of the Human Brain Changed Over the Years?

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In the specific areas, the amount that we know today compared to when I started out as a neurologist is breathtaking. The difference is breathtaking. My practice before the cat scan before the MRI scan, the cat scan was NOVANA and now the MRI scan became the next NOVANA and it isn't and it will never will be.

I don't think, everyone think that does everything. But the breakthroughs are wonderful. It's been an extremely exciting life for me. Everyday you wake up and there is another breakthrough, and another opportunity for maybe patient management improvement. And I believe that with adequate funding of research and adequate concentration on the patient physician relationship, the next 50 years are going to be unbelievable as to what could possibly come about.