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The man who can remember everything
For most of us, it's tricky enough to remember what we were doing this time last week, let alone on some random day years ago. But for a blind 20-year-old man referred to by researchers as HK, every day of his life since the age of about 11 is recorded in his memory in detail.
Read more about him on our Research Digest.
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