The Epilepsy Therapy Project is pleased to announce our strategic alliance with Emily's Edibles ® Pastries With A Purpose! ®, a company created to raise money through the sale of pastries to fund research on epilepsy in women. Go to: www.emilys-edibles.com.
Progress Report on new Antiepileptic Drugs - Summary of the 10th EILAT Conference (EILAT X) Read More
Dr. Bill Tatum from Mayo Clinic Jacksonville introduces a new monthly Epilepsy Case of the Month. A brief case followed by a Management Question is presented. Test your epilepsy clinical knowledge.
Case Study: Spells and abnormal EEG
An 8 month old female with normal birth and development began to develop "seizures" at 3 weeks prior to presentation. Read this case study here
Case Study: Why delay?
A 57 year old, right-handed, Indian-American female was referred for pre-surgical evaluation. A febrile convulsion was noted in early childhood with seizure recurrence at 13 years. Read this case study here
ETP You Too! 6,200 Facebook Friends and Counting
Seize The Day with ETP Today and YOU Can Help Us Raise $50,000
We are so excited to have over 6,200 fans on Facebook, and with each new fan brings an additional benefit for our community. Through December 31st, an anonymous ETP Fan will donate $1.00 (up to $50,000) for every person who "Likes" us on our new Facebook page. With just a click, you can help increase epilepsy awareness to 50,000 people, and simultaneously raise $50,000 towards our mission and help make new therapies a reality - rapidly for the 50 million people worldwide with epilepsy and seizures.
If you haven't already joined us on Facebook, please Seize the Day - and "Like" us today! Invite your friends to "Like" us too, and become a fan with the very best people in the world - the ETP community.
Check out our Contests and Giveaways!
Jingle Contest Submission Deadline - December 17th
This contest will only have one age category.
The song cannot exceed one minute in length
The song can be written in any genre, but must include the phrase "Better Therapies, Better Lives"
My Epilepsy Diary Clinicians Portal - Share With Your Doctor Today!
Epilepsy.com has now opened a Clinicians Portal that allows people with
epilepsy, or their caregivers to grant their doctors and nurses permission
to access his/her Diary account. A clinician would have to register once
at: www.epilepsy.com/clinicians. Registration is free. Your doctor (and
medical team) could then log-in and view your diary at any time.