This is true. Seriously.
IA is a strange state. When I had first moved there, I made an appointment to see a neurologist in a city about 20 miles from my home (they do not have neurologists near me). I went to my first appointment, I told the doctor that I have epilepsy. "I don't treat epilepsy", the doctor had said. What? "I don't treat Epilepsy", the doctor had said. You have heard of it, haven't you? "Yes, of course. What do you think I am"? (No Comment). "I will refer you to the Hospital of the University of IA", he had said. So off to HUIA, finally a doctor. I was admitted, and given the usual battery of tests. "You can't possibly have epilepsy because you had graduated college", the department chairmen of epilepsy had said. He wrote that down and sent me back home. My family doctor had read his report. We both laughed at the doctor there. I had to go across the state line to find a real doctor.
If you go to college, and move to IA, you will no longer have epilepsy. No more seizures! No more meds! Wee! Wee! Don't worry. Be happy.