After simple dental surgery, William lost his ability to form new memories. What happened? This real-life medical mystery should change the way we think about the brain, says David Robson.
Damn, Josh. I’m about to see my dentist next week… You didn’t make it easier!
Thx for sharing the article tho. There is still so much stuff to check in order to get to know our memory device.
Considering the yearly number of dentist visits worldwide (world population: almost 8 billion), that outcome must be extremely rare. I wouldn’t worry about it.