MAKING HIS CASE: Dr. Harold ‘Hackie’ Reitman says schools and businesses need to recognize differences in the brain.
MAKING HIS CASE: Dr. Harold ‘Hackie’ Reitman says schools and businesses need to recognize differences in the brain. CARL JUSTE THE MIAMI HERALD
MAKING HIS CASE: Dr. Harold ‘Hackie’ Reitman says schools and businesses need to recognize differences in the brain. CARL JUSTE THE MIAMI HERALD

Fort Lauderdale doc-turned-author: All brains are different

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