Please update this article https://www.epilepsy.com/learn/challenges-epilepsy/moods-and-behavior/mood-and-behavior-101/epilepsy-and-adhd to reflect the two updated studies that have large samples in both Sweden and the United States showing that ADHD medication is safe and effective for treating people that have co-morbid epilepsy. https://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/news/20190312/adhd-meds-safe-with-epilepsy-study-finds
As it stands now, the article suggests that only a small amount of people participated in the studies based on the literature review even though it does talk about a low risk for increased seizures. The studies summarized in the WebMD article are based on much larger sample sizes. Additionally, even Dr. Andres Kanner has even advocated for the treatment of ADHD for people who have co-morbid epilepsy, calling it a seriously neglected problem. https://www.medpagetoday.com/resource-centers/focus-on-epilepsy/epilepsy-and-adhd-bidirectional-relationship/2235
I also call upon the Epilepsy Foundation to call upon the FDA to change their advice on the labels for stimulants, train psychiatrists and neurologists on this topic based on this information, and for the Epilepsy Foundation to call upon Congress to amend the Right to Try law to not be limited to those who are terminally ill, but also those who are disabled with chronic medical conditions such as epilepsy, so that we may be able to try ADHD medications and live happy, healthy, and independent lives.