Peter Silburn neurologist"I am so OCD” is something that you’ll often hear people say. While many of us might like things neat and tidy, or have certain rituals, the reality for people with obsessive compulsive disorder is very different. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a real mental illness that's can be debilitating and isolating for those who have it. We talk to neurologist and researcher Professor Peter Silburn about OCD and how deep brain stimulation, like in Parkinson's disease, could help those with the most severe form of the disorder. 

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