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inside the o'briens

Sleep is a blissfully peaceful respite from Huntington’s. When Joe sleeps, there are no involuntary thrashes, wiggles, or twitches. His body lies still in a normal state of slumber all night. Apparently, chorea will only tie on its tap shoes when there’s an audience. Even the devil inside him needs a good night’s sleep.

Inside the O’Briens by Lisa Genova

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