|Increased awareness and larger donations are drops in the bucket compared with the amount of federal dollars needed|
"We were thrilled," says Sue Levi-Pearl, research director of the Tourette Syndrome Association, whose 28,000 members donated $350,000 for last year's neurology research budget. "We thought there was going to be some sort of greater attention to neurological disorders [by Congress], and we looked to a major breakthrough in an...
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