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No importa cuánto tienpo tengás o no, qué hagás o no hagás, dónde estés o con quién, tenés que conocer esta historia. No te la perdás, que seguramente te moverá hasta las lágrimas como lo hizo conmigo.

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One morning, a blood vessel in Jill Bolte Taylor’s brain exploded. As a brain scientist, she realized she had a ringside seat to her own stroke. She watched as her brain functions shut down one by one: motion, speech, memory, self-awareness … Amazed
to find herself alive, Taylor spent eight years recovering her ability
to think, walk and talk. She has become a spokesperson for stroke
recovery and for the possibility of coming back from brain injury
stronger than before. In her case, although the stroke damaged the left
side of her brain, her recovery unleashed a torrent of creative energy
from her right. From her home base in Indiana, she now travels the
country on behalf of the Harvard Brain Bank as the “Singin’ Scientist.”

many brain scientists have been able to study the brain from the inside
out? I’ve gotten as much out of this experience of losing my left mind
as I have in my entire academic career.”Jill Bolte Taylor

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