• MENTORED BY A MADMAN – The William Burroughs Experiment
  • Posted in Book Reviews,Online First

  • 13th May 2016

  •   Author: Andrew Lees Published by: Notting Hill Editions Price: £14.99 Reviewed by: Roger Barker, Professor of Clinical Neuroscience, University of Cambridge Published online: 13/5/16         One of the most distinguished British Neurologists of the last 40 years is Andrew Lees, who is recognised as being a world authority on Parkinson’s disease with […]

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  • Diet and Nutrition in Dementia and Cognitive Decline
  • Posted in Book Reviews

  • 02nd Jul 2015

  • This is a comprehensive publication which has dual aims of looking at the role of nutrition in the development of various forms of dementia, and how nutrition is affected as dementia progresses. It also includes practical strategies to manage the various challenges. Before addressing the question of nutrition, a detailed introduction describes the range of […]

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  • Pharmacology and Aphasia
  • Posted in Book Reviews

  • 02nd Jul 2015

  • This short collection of essays, originally published as a special volume of the journal Aphasiology, is a surprisingly optimistic read. Notwithstanding the fact that my favourite sentence in its 138 pages (on Page 1, as it happens) refers to the addition of ‘complimentary interventions’ (c.f. complementary) to traditional forms of rehabilitation for syndromes of language […]


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