Shattered Nerves: How Science is Solving Modern Medicine’s Most Perplexing Problem

May 17, 2007

Around the world there are countless people with neurological disorders that disrupt their ability to move or communicate. Injury or disease can create a gap between a functioning brain and the parts of the body meant to receive its signals. Today on Focus, we'll look at the effort to develop medical devices to bridge that gap with guest Victor D. Chase, author of Shattered Nerves.

Guest: Victor D. Chase (author of Shattered Nerves: How Science is Solving Modern Medicine's Most Perplexing Problem)