Whenever I have encountered a new academic product of Dr. Richard Edlich, I am reminded of his vast array of accomplishments, which by themselves leave me in awe of his energy, creativity, and talent, but when I consider that so many of them have come after he was stricken with multiple sclerosis that would have ended the productivity of most people, I am in even greater admiration.
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Published online: July 06, 2012
© 2012 Published by Elsevier Inc.