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Posted Jun 21 2010 12:19pm
Neuropathologist Henry Brown, MD, PhD (pictured) recommends the novel Sleepless by Charlie Huston to those in the neuropathology community with an interest in the fatal insomnias. A review on describes the book as a "thriller set in a postapocalyptic Los Angeles, [where] a devastating illness renders the afflicted unable to sleep. In about a year, those with SLP (as the sleepless illness is known) deteriorate and die." Dr. Brown says that the novel may be "a little out there for some of our neuropathologists, perhaps", but a good read nonetheless.
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