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When Daniel and his wife moved to Charlotte, they found the Epilepsy Center at Carolinas Health Care System and also found Dr. Bruce Mayes.
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The unfamiliarity of some neurologists with recommended practice standards, coupled with access barriers, may be preventing eligible patients with epilepsy from undergoing surgical treatment, survey findings suggest.
Chuck Bednar for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online UK health officials have given the go-ahead for doctors to test a new treatment derived from the cannabis plant in children suffering from certain forms of severe epilepsy....
Children with severe epilepsy could be helped by a new treatment derived from the cannabis plant.
Celeste Shearer beat leukemia at the age of 5, only to develop crippling seizures as a child.
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