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MedLink Associate Editor US doctor in Charlie Gard case
The case of baby Charlie Gard and the controversial court rulings regarding his treatment have attracted worldwide attention. Dr. Michio Hirano, a MedLink Neurology Associate Editor for Neuromuscular Disorders, a pioneer in the treatment of mitochondrial disorders was selected to consult on baby Charlie’s care.

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fMRI, EEG may detect consciousness in patients with acute, severe traumatic brain injury
Study the first to search for covert consciousness in patients in the intensive care unit who have severe traumatic brain injuries and a level of consciousness not revealed by the standard bedside neurologic examination.
Reversing fetal alcohol damage after birth
Two commonly used drugs can repair damage caused by alcohol in utero

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