An effective Parkinson disease treatment has complicated origins, Robin Lindley writes for History News Network. Robin (@robinlindley2) talks with Lone Frank, author of The Pleasure Shock: The Rise of Deep Brain Stimulation and Its Forgotten Inventor about how the procedure was developed, buried, and revived. Robin’s had a busy summer. He also interviewed Edith Sheffer about her book on Nazi participation by the man who gave Asperger syndrome its name.