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A Case of 'Pathological Generosity'

A Case of 'Pathological Generosity'

Following a stroke, a 49-year old Brazilian man has developed what doctors have called a case of "pathological generosity." It's believed the stroke altered parts of his brain related to higher thinking and decision making, and consequently he's been giving away excessive amounts of money, food, and drink. Read more about the case at MailOnline.

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