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Life In The Perpetual Now

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In 2007, Lonnie Sue Johnson contracted encephalitis. The disease left her with almost no memories and no ability to form new ones. Michael Lemonick joins us to talk about Johnson’s story – and about how memory works in the brain – which he writes about in “The Perpetual Now: A Story of Amnesia, Memory, and Love” (Doubleday).