After 15 years of battling fibromyalgia with medication and exercise, Lisa Simpson still had cramping, spasms, and pain all over her body. In July , she took a two-week rafting trip in Alaska. Simpson had all but given up on finding relief when, in , she saw a ray of hope. She was working in the office of an anesthesiologist at Griffin Hospital in Derby, Conn. After the treatment, "they had a spring in their step" and were "like a totally different person. The treatment, known as peripheral nerve stimulation PNS , entails implanting wire electrodes that are about 2 millimeters thick just beneath the skin of the patient's head or lower back.
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Lisa Marie Simpson  is a fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons. She is the middle child and most accomplished of the Simpson family. Cartoonist Matt Groening created and designed her while waiting to meet James L. Groening had been invited to pitch a series of shorts based on his comic Life in Hell , but instead decided to create a new set of characters.
Photos: 'Simpsons' voice actors and their characters. Harry Shearer is just one of the many "Simpsons" voices -- who creates many more "Simpsons" voices. He does Mr.
Like your boss. Nice self-own though. Secretary of State please do not ever ever ever use Simpsons material in your twitter or watch the show or refer to it in any way. Be a leader and fight you own fight!