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Doctors told Bill Gavigan his daughter Emily’s sudden paranoia was likely schizophrenia, but after seeing Susannah Cahalan on TODAY describing the same symptoms, he demanded Emily be tested for the her rare disease. Bill, Emily, and Susannah talk about the frightening illness outlined in Susannah’s new book, “Brain on Fire.’