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Michael Lemonick

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Opinion Editor for Scientific American; author of “The Perpetual Now: A Story of Amnesia, Memory, and Love”.

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Lonni Sue Johnson was a successful artist, viola player, and private pilot. Then a virus attacked her brain, destroying most of her memory.

Inside the 'perpetual now': One woman's amnesia advances science

Lonni Sue Johnson was a successful artist, viola player, and private pilot. Then a virus attacked her brain, destroying most of her memory.

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