Dr. Jerrold Vitek Helps Patient Overcome Debilitating Tremors

Keith Hanson dealt with tremors, which caused him to lose control of his arms and hands, for 37 years. That is until he met Dr. Jerrold Vitek, Chair, Department of Neurology. 

Dr. Vitek told KARE 11 TV "With all that work, the anatomy and physiology and the research that's been done, we have been able to identify a part of the brain that causes the tremor for people like Keith," said Dr. Vitek.

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