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A growing platform of surgical interventions may increase awareness, referrals, and utilization of advanced treatment.
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Advances in noninvasive imaging should create more opportunities for physicians to localize treatment and optimize care.
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Despite current logistical and clinical challenges, dietary therapy will play a significant role in epilepsy treatment for years to come.
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Broad implementation of new measures may help curb high utilization rates of emergency departments and improve overall care.
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Evidence suggests a causal link between hearing decline and cognitive impairment.
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Advisors should provide clear, concise descriptions of how they are paid.
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