Read the latest epilepsy news from Epilepsy Society.
Teva UK discontinues lamotrigine tablets
5 September 2018
Epilepsy Society's medical director, Ley Sander, urges people with epilepsy to consult their GP as Teva UK announces decision to discontinue several versions of its...
It's 'seizures' not 'fits' says epilepsy expert as doctors told to write...
4 September 2018
Epilepsy Society's medical director Professor Ley Sander says it's 'seizures' not 'fits' as Academy of Medical Royal Colleges publishes new guielines on patient-...
Government no-deal Brexit plans to safeguard medicines welcomed
23 August 2018
Epilepsy Society has welcomed Government plans to ensure that patients in the UK - including those with epilepsy - will be able to access a consistent supply of their...
Epilepsy Society's staff and a half raise money to support people with epilepsy
21 August 2018
Fourteen members of Epilepsy Society's staff run, abseil, swim or walk to help raise money for research and for supporting people with epilepsy.
GP practice could close after failure to warn women of risks around sodium valproate
15 August 2018
A GP practice in London could be closed down after inspectors found that staff had failed to warn women of the risks around the epilepsy medication sodium valproate...
Epilepsy Society-based neuropsychologist Sallie Baxendale wins international award
14 August 2018
Neuropsychologist Sallie Baxendale, based at Epilepsy Society, has scooped a prestigious international award for the significant difference she has made to the...
Epilepsy Society responds to reports of medicine stockpiling in advance of Brexit
1 August 2018
Epilepsy Society responds to media reports around stockpiling drugs in case there are supply problems following a possible hard Brexit.
Epilepsy Society welcomes Government decision to relax licensing of medicinal cannabis
27 July 2018
A government decision to relax the licensing laws around cannabis-derived medicinal products has been welcome by Epilepsy Society.
Protein found in worms helps to stop seizure activity
16 July 2018
Exciting new research that involves using a protein in worms to suppress seizures, could spell hope in the future for thousands of people with epilepsy.