The world's most famous neurologist? A rapid response
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It took me a shade under four minutes (3 min 58.8 s) to suggest an alternative answer to the question posed by Dr Stern in …
Competing interests I once had a very convivial dinner with Sir Roger and Lady Bannister.
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