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Syringe helps doctors see inside brain

9 October 2013

 A new device invented by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is helping doctors capture the exact area in the brain where epileptic seizures begin.

Cells team win Nobel Medicine Prize

8 October 2013

 The 2013 Nobel Prize in medicine could point the way to new drugs for epilepsy and other conditions.

#AJO

7 October 2013

Worldwide acts of kindness in memory of Alyssa

Benefits awareness

3 October 2013

Benefits awareness conference helps people with epilepsy

Bedroom tax and Question Time

20 September 2013

MP Ken Clarke sparks debate over bedroom tax and epilepsy on Question Time.

How safe are 'miracle cures' on the web?

19 September 2013

Epilepsy Society's Dr Sallie Baxendale contributes to new guide warning of the dangers of untested cures advertised on the web.

Could cannabis offer hope for seizure control?

18 September 2013

Researchers looking at new ways to treat epilepsy, start drug trials in humans  using  cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis.

Epilepsy Society highly commended by BMA

18 September 2013

Epilepsy Society's information pack 'Just diagnosed' wins approval of British Medical Association.

New benefits campaign

13 September 2013

Today sees the launch of 'Who Benefits?' - a campaign supported by around 50 charities aimed at giving a voice to the millions of people who've been supported by...

Exercise may reduce epilepsy risk for men later in life

9 September 2013

New research suggests men who exercise as young adults may reduce risk of developing epilepsy in later life.

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