Barbara Lipska was a scientist and the director of the human brain bank at the National Institute of Mental Health, specializing in schizophrenia. She was a triathlete, a wife, mother and grandmother when suddenly, she realized she had a brain tumor that was affecting her vision. That tumor was removed, but then new ones kept appearing, completely changing her personality. It's a story she recounts in her new book — her "tale of madness and recovery." The book is called “The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind.” She joined Jim Braude to discuss it all.