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epilepsy review magazine

Epilepsy Review is our magazine for everyone affected by epilepsy. Articles cover developments in medical treatments and research, advice on how to stay well, topical articles about epilepsy, employment, the law, politics, culture, campaigns and humour from the epilepsy world. It is published twice a year and written by epilepsy specialists.

Latest issue – Issue 22 Summer 19

The front cover of Epilepsy Review magazine 22

 

  • Me and my epilepsy - Amanda Smith explains how picking up a paintbrush has helped her overcome the anxiety and depression that go hand in hand with her epilepsy
  • Medicine shortages - Professor Ley Sander looks at the problem and explains what you can do to manage the situation
  • APPG on epilepsy - Communications Officer Rhia Arden finds out what the APPG for epilepsy is, and how it can raise awareness of issues around epilepsy
  • Fundraising - Our trustee Andrew George explains why he walked 100km to raise money for the analysis of genetic data
  • Calm, Cushion, Call - Epilepsy Society launches its new three 'Cs' campaign to raise awareness of seizure first aid
  • Genomics clinic - Our innovative genomics clinic is helping to direct treatment options for epilepsy by unlocking the secrets of our DNA 

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