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Until the mid-1980’s women with epilepsy were advised not to use oral contraceptives (OC). This contraindication was based on animal studies showing exacerbation of seizures by estrogen. However, not only do the low estrogen doses in currently...
Choosing the right educational environment for your child can be an overwhelming decision for any parent. The process is even more complicated for parents of children with special needs. Charter schools offer parents of children with special needs a...
Today, at the 58th annual AES conference in New Orleans, Jacqueline French, M.D.,Professor of Neurology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and co-director of the epilepsy center, presented the findings from a multicenter, randomized,...
“Seizure frequency improves in patients with epilepsy participating in clinical drug studies even when they do not continue to receive the experimental drug,” said Nathan Fountain, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology at the University...
Today, amidst the buzz of epilepsy professionals presenting their latest research at the AES conference, epilepsy.com staff had the chance to talk to Joyce Cramer regarding her latest study. Ms. Cramer is an Associate Research Scientist in the...

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