Brain Surgery Saves Bluegrass Legend's Career
Bluegrass banjo legend Eddie Adcock is crediting his widely-publicized brain surgery of 2008 for eliminating a hand tremor that threatened his career as a musician. The surgery required Eddie to play his banjo while doctors implanted electrodes in his brain and now, almost three years later, Eddie is still playing.
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