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- Posted on Jan 19th 2008 10:00AM by Spinner
On the CBS 'Early Show,' Gayle and her doctor explained that the patient recently underwent two surgeries after suffering as many as ten inexplicable grand mal seizures a day. Once they began to believe her seizures were being caused by pop music -- in particular, the pulsing music of the Jamaican pop star -- doctors implanted about 100 electrodes into her brain to find the trouble spot. In the second procedure, they removed the electrodes – and the offending part of her brain.
Ms. Gayle, who is now epilepsy-free, was said to be one of an estimated five people worldwide beset by this extremely rare condition. We're no doctors, but we have ideas. Let's see: there's Joe Cocker ... the guy who danced with the Mighty Mighty Bosstones ... David Byrne in the 'Once in a Lifetime' video... and Amy Winehouse?