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Harvard brain scientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor awoke the morning of December 10, 1996 to the alarming signs of a stroke. Through the eyes of a brain scientist, she watched her mind slowly deteriorate. Fortunately she lived to tell the story, but it was clear that the person she was before died that morning. It took her eight years to fully
With a second chance at life, Taylor shares her insight on how she lives a more fulfilling life by stimulating both her left and right side of the brain.
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What Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor Learned After Her Stroke | AARP