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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...
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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.
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