ADA-friendly PDF: NeuroLogic Fall 2013 NeuroLogic Fall 2013 Overview Articles in This Issue Cover Story The Johns Hopkins Hospital Is a Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification by the Joint Commission means providing a level of care that few hospitals are able to deliver. Brain Tumor Fat, the Cancer Fighter Stem cells from a patient's own fat may have the potential to deliver new treatments directly to the brain. Neurosurgery Offering Patients Capital Care People who live near Washington, D.C., can see Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons in their own community without having to travel to Baltimore. Research Epilepsy Patients Lend a Hand How people awaiting surgery for seizures are helping to usher in a new era of prosthetics for those who have lost an arm through trauma or disease. Brain Aneurysms Offering a Cure for Cerebral Aneurysms Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons are performing a new type of surgery that offers the possibility to remove cerebral aneurysms completely.