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AN Australian research team says it could start human trials on new drugs to treat epilepsy and cancer within five years. But there’s a $5 million catch.
When you're expecting something - like the meal you've ordered at a restaurant - or when something captures your interest, unique electrical rhythms sweep through your brain.
Pharmacies have been ordered to return batches of a drug used to treat convulsive seizures in epilepsy sufferers due to concerns it could be contaminated with another potentially dangerous medication.
New York's governor wants to speed up the implementation of the state's new medical marijuana law to help children with epilepsy get medication more quickly. Right now it's expected to take 18 months for the state...
New York's governor wants to speed up the implementation of the state's new medical marijuana law to help children with epilepsy get medication more quickly.
The Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at Huntington Memorial Hospital has earned accreditation by the Long-Term Monitoring Laboratory Accreditation Board of the American Board of Registrati
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