Dr. Craig van Horne, second from left, demonstrated a deep-brain  stimulation remote control unit on Parkinson's patient Rodney Parsons on Monday. With them were UK president Eli Capilouto, right, and Dr. Greg Gerhardt.
Dr. Craig van Horne, second from left, demonstrated a deep-brain stimulation remote control unit on Parkinson's patient Rodney Parsons on Monday. With them were UK president Eli Capilouto, right, and Dr. Greg Gerhardt. Herald-Leader
Dr. Craig van Horne, second from left, demonstrated a deep-brain stimulation remote control unit on Parkinson's patient Rodney Parsons on Monday. With them were UK president Eli Capilouto, right, and Dr. Greg Gerhardt. Herald-Leader

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