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arisfil

  Aristotelis Filippidis

  .MD

  .Resident in Neurosurgery

  .PhD candidate in Physiology 

 

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Responses

  1. An excellent site. Keep up the good work.

  2. I believe that this is a very intriguing initiative. You have started this blog on sound and scientifically romantic basis and you should strive to evolve it the best way you can.
    I really enjoyed surfing in your blog and I wish you the very best!

  3. “Encephalos” is definately going to be a blogbuster!

  4. Excellent!!

  5. An excellent start from an excellent innovative neurosurgeon, but you should have a clear target of your growing blog.
    Dr. M Mohi Eldin,
    Prof of Neurosurgery,
    Cairo university.

  6. Just Fantastic!!!!!

  7. Thank you for your comments on the attack by hackers on persons with photosensitive disabilities at the Epilepsy Foundation website. This is a hate crime, and should be prosecuted as such.

    I have this disability, and adverse reaction to the flicker in CFL and all fluorescent lighting, strobe, TV and CRT monitor with refresh rates under 100 hz or bright colors/contrast have caused severe problems with accommodated employment. It looks as though I will have to work from home. And now these folks are coming into our last accommodated place and harming us here.

    What these persons do not seem to know or care is that with every seizure, clonic or non-clonic, there is brain scarring that results. This is also a criminal battery on a vulnerable population.

    I do not fall on the floor either, I “simply” go into an altered state of consciousness after everything around me begins to strobe. I do not know what I am looking at – I am “absent.”

    Thank you for your blog, and your work and knowledge for persons with this rare condition. So many have not been educated or reached, or helped.

  8. Wow!! Excellent..

    Just if you don’t mind, I’ll put your blog to my blogroll..

    Thanks for the informations. It help me as a newbie in the world of neuroscience…

  9. If you don’t mind I’d like to add you to my blogroll at a new neuroscience and political science blog I have started: http://www.neuropolisci.com. Thanks! – Ben


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