Tourette syndrome: Much more than tics, part 1: Diagnosis

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Far more people have heard of Tourette syndrome than know what it actually looks and sounds like - or how it feels to the person who has it. That's a major reason the diagnosis of this condition - the most severe tic disorder - is often missed. This is part one of a two-part series. See Tourette syndrome--Much more than tics, part 2: Management

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