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Phineas Gage And The (Literally) Mind-Blowing History Of Brain Science

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Phineas Gage was a railroad worker in 1848 Vermont when a 3-foot iron rod blew through his skull, destroying part of his brain. Not only did he survive, but helped usher in a new era of brain science.

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