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In the September 2019 edition
The latest research findings are discussed at the Genetic Generalised Epilepsies: From Basic Science to Clinical Practice conference.
Rescued by first-aid
This National Epilepsy Week focused on first-aid for seizures. We hear from two people who shared their experiences of receiving first-aid.
Unlocking the brain
Professor Mark Richardson discusses the new breed of seizure detection devices and what this could mean for seizure prediction.
We can make it work
Hear from three people about their experiences in finding employment while juggling epilepsy.
My Journal: Rachel
Rachel’s daughter has epilepsy and wants to move away from home to study at university – find out how she’s able to cope on her own.
Professor Martin Brodie discusses the merits of Oxcarbazepine in treating focal seizures.