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Read the latest epilepsy news from Epilepsy Society.

Fleet Street Fox helps raise awareness

6 October 2014

Epilepsy Society supporters spotted journalist Susie Boniface, aka Fleet Street Fox, sporting one of our purple wristbands.

Epilepsy Society conference a huge success

29 September 2014

Strategies for coping with memory problems and tips on how to make the most of your pharmacist were covered at Epilepsy Society's annual conference in London on...

Epilepsy Society increases spending on services

17 September 2014

Epilepsy Society's  expenditure on its charitable activities is up by almost 10 per cent, according to the charity's recently published accounts.


BBC Radio 5 Live on epilepsy and memory loss

16 September 2014

Epilepsy and memory loss were in the spotlight today (16 September) with radio presenter Tony Livesey dedicating more than half an hour of his programme to the issue...

Electricity - epilepsy hits the big screen

5 September 2014

A new film starring super model and actress Agyness Deyn will bring epilepsy to the big screen next month.

Student Adventures - update

4 September 2014

Student Adventures, a company which arranged fundraising trips to raise money for charities, has ceased trading.

Epilepsy Society thanks freemasons for research grant

1 September 2014

Epilepsy Society’s Professor Sanjay Sisodiya thanks local freemasons for a £50,000 grant to fund work into the molecular cause of epilepsy.

Managing epilepsy at university

27 August 2014

This year the record number of university places means more students than ever will swap the familiarity of the family home for an independent campus life.

Epilepsy Society plays key role in study to unravel mysteries of epilepsy

22 August 2014

International study suggests the common epilepsies are more complex than was originally thought.

Ketogenic diet could reduce seizures in adults with epilepsy

19 August 2014

A new study of the ketogenic diet, popular as a therapy for children with epilepsy, is showing promising results in adults. 


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