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With more exposure to common conditions in their education and training—together with less funding investment in so-called smaller-market conditions—setting off down a rarely-trodden path can be less alluring for young researchers or doctors. This was not the case for Phillip Low (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA): “I was attracted to the autonomic nervous system because it was regarded as the Cinderella of medicine. There was interest but it was totally neglected because there was a lack of coherent knowledge in the field”, Low explains.
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