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“We found a 5% per year terminal remission rate in our study. One of the take home messages from our findings is that continuing to attempt to improve seizure control by changing medications is important because little by little patients can...
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...
“Until recently, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) was widely used in menopausal women with epilepsy to alleviate their menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. Now, due to the Women’s Health Initiative findings...

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