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Epilepsy Society's Clare Pelham discusses sodium valproate and EMA public hearing on BBC News

Epilepsy Society CEO Clare Pelham, Deborah Mann and her daughter Branwen on BBC Victoria Derbyshire

Watch and listen to Epilepsy Society's CEO Clare Pelham discussing sodium valproate on various BBC News programmes last week.

Epilepsy Society's chief executive Clare Pelham wins honorary doctorate

Clare Pelham, Epilepsy Society chief executive winning her doctorate from the Open University

Epilepsy Society's chief executive Clare Pelham wins an honorary degree of doctor of the university from the Open University for her work around people with disabilities. 

Women still not aware of epilepsy medicine risk in pregnancy

Graphic showing pregnant woman and adolescent girl and encouraging them to find out more about nsodium valproate

Almost 1 in 5 (18%) women currently taking the epilepsy medication sodium valproate do not know it can harm the development and physical health of their unborn child should they become pregnant.

thank you for joining the big half

Thank you for joining Team Purple for the Big Half. Your fundraising helps us to make a difference to the lives of almost half a million people living with epilepsy in the UK.

Someone will be in contact with you soon. In the meantime why not find out about other fundraising events you can get involved in below!

Children affected by sodium valproate

A photo montage of children's faces, similar to one the BBC is hoping to create around sodium valproate.

Do you have a child who has been diagnosed with fetal valproate syndrome. Be a part of the BBC's photo montage.

Me and my epilepsy

Deborah and her two daughters all live with disabilities and all care for each other. Here she describes how they push forward together, never allowing epilepsy to beat them.

Frisium availability update

A pharmacist is dispensing medication in a small pharmacy

Frisium 10mg will be available from week commencing 11 September 2017, department of health confirms.

NCS Challenge volunteers dig in at Epilepsy Society

Group of teenage volunteers standing outside

Volunteers from the 'NCS Challenge' programme, a nationwide young person's volunteer initiative, rolled up their sleeves to help rejuvenate areas of Epilepsy Society's Chalfont Centre in Buckinghamshire.

thank you for registering for the london marathon

Thank you for running the 2018 London Marathon in support of our work!

The fundraising team are all on hand to support you in your fundraising journey. Please get in touch with the fundraising team by emailing or calling 01494 601 414 to tell us about your plans and we will then send you everything you need.

Are you interested in doing other events for Team Purple? Below we have more events you can get involved in!


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