Rethinking Cerebral Palsy

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Neuronatologist and clinical neuroscientist Karen Pape has spent the last 30 years researching how brain injuries in babies can heal or be treated to lessen the effects of cerebral palsy, a condition once thought to be permanent. She joins The Agenda to discuss her book, "The Boy Who Could Run But Not Walk; Understanding Neuroplasticity in the Child's Brain."
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Oct 10, 2016
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