From a family affected by mental illness, this man supports research to make a difference
From The Quarterly, Winter 2013
A woman explains why she finally agreed to try deep brain stimulation for her depression.
From The Quarterly, Fall 2012
Earlier this year, in April, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chief Medical Correspondent for ‘CNN Presents,’ produced a special segment on deep brain stimulation (DBS).
David spent the first half of his life as a sweet, if somewhat hyper, child who enjoyed drawing. The second half he has spent as a struggling and haunted adult battling obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
This is a true story about what happened to a family when mental illness struck one of its children.
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