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Portrait of Nikolaus Friedreich who made the initial discovery of Friedreich's Ataxia.

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Reference

Wellcome Images. (n.d.). Retrieved August 29th, 2011, from http://images.wellcome.ac.uk/

Assessment

+ Very relevant to group project. +/- I did ask for you to try and source material from places besides Wellcome images. This suggests you have not researched the material further. - Should have included additional biographical information here (birth, death, personal facts.


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