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Unformatted text preview: in our means to bring every neurologist of note to this house to see Rowan. We will do it. We will meet periodically to discuss treatments. We will always be open to the possibility of a surgical procedure or some other experiment which could restore Rowan's mentation. But let me remind you, my friends, this is not very likely. There are patients throughout the world in this condition. The electroencephalogram confirms that there is almost no brain activity in Rowan at all." "Can't they transplant a piece of somebody's brain into her?" asked Gerald. "I volunteer," said Mona dryly. "Take as many cells as you want. I've always had more than everybody else here." LASHER "You don't have to get nasty, Mona," said Gerald, "I was just asking a simple-" "I'm not getting nasty," said Mona, "what I'm suggesting is that we need to read up on this and not make inane statements. Brain trans- plants aren't done. Not the kind she needs, anyway. Row...
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- Spring '10