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The Curing Coma Campaign: Challenging the Paradigm for Disorders of Consciousness

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Additional members of the CCC Executive Committee are Keri Kim, Shraddha Mainali, Leonard Polizzotto, and Jose I. Suarez. The authors wish to acknowledge the NCS and its Board of Directors for supporting the CCC. The authors also wish to acknowledge the members of the CCC, contributing, to date, in various working groups and modules (listed in the Supplementary Table).

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Olson, D.M., Hemphill, J.C. & The Curing Coma Campaign and its Executive Committe. The Curing Coma Campaign: Challenging the Paradigm for Disorders of Consciousness. Neurocrit Care 35, 1–3 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12028-021-01290-5

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