HM’s scientific potential remains unfulfilled—thanks to delays from a custody fight and the limitations of current neuroscience itself. The post Why Patient HM’s Mysteries Are Still Locked in His Brain appeared first on WIRED.
In 1953, a neurosurgeon cut out two slivers from a patient's brain. The surgery helped the patient's epilepsy, but left him unable to form any new memories. The post The Untold Story of Neuroscience’s Most Famous Brain appeared first on WIRED.