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Brain Breakthroughs: Your Comments and Questions

16 | By Michael A. Robinson

Scientists are deeply fascinated by the human brain – and so are investors.

That’s why I sent you another report on September 21 about three new “brain breakthroughs” and how they are changing our view of this complex organ. And it drew quite a response. Dozens of you reached out to me with questions and comments.

I am always impressed with the quality of observations I get from you readers. This is a very smart group that is intrigued with the many advances that are changing the world around us every day, even if they’re not quite ripe for investment just yet.

Given the volume and caliber of comments, I thought I should take a moment today to respond.

But before I do, I want to thank you once again for your interest. I couldn’t possibly succeed in my quest to document this exciting new world without such great support from you.

A few of you shared deeply personal accounts. Thank you for that, too. I’ll do my best to address them.

First, here are two great questions from Al about brain disease …