This Brain Cell Revolutionizes Mental Health

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It's ,one of most paradigm-shifting and powerful stories in the history of medicine,, writes Donna Jackson Nakazawa. From MS to Parkinson's to Lupus and depression and schizophrenia the microglia, a tiny brain cell, is changing how we understand physical and psychiatric illness. Nakazawa joins to discuss her book, "The Angel and the Assassin: The Tiny Brain Cell That Changed the Course of Medicine."
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