Read the latest epilepsy news from Epilepsy Society.
Epilepsy drug Trobalt (retigabine) to be discontinued
14 September 2016
The epilepsy drug Trobalt, also known as retigabine, is to be discontinued and will no longer be available after June 2017.
Owen Smith criticises care of people with epilepsy
12 September 2016
Labour leader candidate Owen Smith criticises the way the 'system' cares for people with epilepsy and mental health issues.
Exploring the dreamy state of epilepsy
8 September 2016
Don't miss your chance to explore the cultural history of epilepsy at a literary cabaret in London this weekend (Saturday 10 September 2016).
Nine-year-old with epilepsy gets A grade in GCSE maths
2 September 2016
An A grade in GCSE maths is an achievement in anyone's books, but Joseph Fry's story makes it even more special. He is only nine years old and has had epilepsy for...
Transport for London trials badges for people with hidden health conditions
31 August 2016
Transport for London (TfL) has developed a card and a badge to signal that people with hidden health conditions such as epilepsy, may need a seat on public transport...
Epilepsy Society launches news app for iPhone and Android
31 August 2016
Epilepsy Society has launched a news app for Android and iPhone as an interactive tool to help readers keep up-to-date with everything that is happening in the world...
Study explores the experiences of patients living with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures
4 August 2016
A study has explored patients' accounts of living with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) to reveal insights into a poorly understood, and varied disorder.
BBC radio producer launches new book at Epilepsy Society
3 August 2016
BBC radio producer Colin Grant will be talking about his new book A smell of burning: the story of epilepsy at Epilepsy Society on 23 August from 12.30-1.30pm.