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As Halloween approaches, kids of all ages are busy feverishly selecting their latest Halloween costume, day dreaming about the endless supply of sugary goodness that awaits them, and deciding on how they are going to carve their pumpkin. And while...
While we were in Chicago for a screening of our new documentary, Epilepsy: In Search of Effective Therapies, we were pleased that Chanda Gunn, World Champion and Olympic Bronze-medalist, led us on an ice skating event aimed at raising funds to find...
On September 25, 2006, the FDA approved a new use of the antiepileptic drug (AED), Lamictal (R)(lamotrigine) Tablets for the treatment of Primary Generalized Tonic-Clonic (PGTC) seizures, formerly called “grand-mal” seizures. With this...
The night was perfect for the first Ice-skating to Cure Epilepsy (ICE) event which was held in Chicago on December 17, 2006. It was sponsored jointly by the Epilepsy Therapy Project (Epilepsy Therapy Project) and CURE (Citizens United for Research...
It is no secret that antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) can increase the risk of birth defects in children born to women with epilepsy. However, the extent to how some of the more commonly used AEDs may impact the development of a child in utero has been...

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