As much as patients learn from their d0ctors and therapists, their doctors and therapists learn from them.    Many brain injury survivors have given generously of their time and energy in order to help further research and understanding of brain injuries.  Kent Cochrane, known in research literature by his initials “KC”, participated in many studies which allowed researchers to learn a great deal about memory.  Mr. Cochrane is one of the best known survivors to have volunteered as a research subject and fields related to the study of brain injury have greatly benefited from his generosity.  Mr. Cochrane recently passed away but his legacy will live on.

http://www.ctvnews.ca/health/famed-canadian-amnesiac-kent-cochrane-dies-at-62-1.1756363

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