If We Could Cure Hallucinations, Should We?

11/19/12
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Oliver Sacks

Oliver Sacks, a physician and author, has been called “the poet laureate of medicine" by The New York Times. His books and essays, including The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and An Anthropologist on Mars, are used in schools and universities around the world.

During the live question and answer session at Hallucinations with Oliver Sacks, the famed neurologist was asked, “What if we could stop all hallucinations?”

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