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The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans: Daniel Amen



Dr Daniel Amen explaining why it is important to see the brain. This is a fascinating TEDx presentation about SPECT scanning and the wonderful direction this technology is taking an industry which has for so long been about guessing. The convergence of SPECT scanning and multi-disorder behavioral health assessment presents some incredibly exciting possibilities. 

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