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The name of some clinics for people with epilepsy is changed following a complaint it was offensive.
The Department of Health said medicine shortages are a global issue but it works with health professionals to avoid and manage them when they arise.
SEATTLE, Oct. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Jeffrey Bucchalter, Director of the Comprehensive Children's Epilepsy Center at Alberta Children's Hospital. Dr. Bucchalter will speak on Sudden Unexpected Death in...
GW Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge has won a key European approval for a cannabis-based drug to fight Dravet’s syndrome – a rare and lethal form of childhood epilepsy resistant to current treatments. Read more...
For such a high profile rugby league player who read the game better than most, Wally Lewis kept his epilepsy a secret for 20 years until the night of November 16, 2006.
Chris Heuer and his wife, Amy Lake, make purple porcelain bird pendants in their Columbia home and sell them to help pay expenses for their 10-year-old daughter, Helen, who has epilepsy. Read more
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