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Epilim Chronosphere 1000mg modified release temporarily out of stock

An assortment of drugs stacked on top of each other

Sanofi has informed us that Epilim Chronosphere 1000mg Modified Release is temporarily out of stock in the UK.

Last chance for school children to design a seizure first aid poster and win £125

Corah and Bryony, Assistant Psychologists, with the posters

Primary school pupils across the UK to are being given a chance to design a seizure first aid poster to raise awareness of epilepsy.

Paige runs the north!

Paige Dawkins, Epilepsy Society's Marketing and Communications Executive, is taking on the Great North Run 2019 for Epilepsy Society. Here, she talks about training for the half martahon and why she has taken on this challenge.

Accord Levetiracetam 500mg tablets out of stock in the UK

Levetiracetam 500mg tablets manufacured by Accord are out of stock in the UK.

Invite your local MP to All Party Parliamentary Group on Epilepsy meeting to discuss Brexit

APPG on epilepsy logo (Epilepsy Society copyright)

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Epilepsy is holding a meeting on 23 July about the effect of Brexit on epilepsy.

Joy Division fan Julie wins tickets to Penn Fest

Julie Sims smiling and hugging her son Joey

Julie Sims, who has always been a fan of Joy Division, wins VIP tickets to Penn Fest.

Young woman experiences the world of politics through our 'Me and My Shadow' scheme

Sydney Joyce and Paula Sherriff by the River Thames in Westminster

Budding politician Sydney Joyce, recently shadowed Paula Sherriff MP as part of our 'Me and My Shadow' scheme. 

Izzy explains why she chose to do work experience with us

Izzy Dennis is undertaking work experience in the communications and marketing team at Epilepsy Society. She explains why she chose to do work experience with us.

World Health Organization calls for action to reduce issues around epilepsy worldwide

World Health Organisation logo

A new report released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) calls for action to improve healthcare and reduce stigma and discrimination around epilepsy.  

London bus driver asks everyone to get on board with new 'Calm, Cushion, Call' campaign

Bus driver Vic Hamilton and Calm, Cushion, Call buses

Bus driver Vic Hamilton is hoping everyone will get on board with our new campaign - 'Calm, Cushion, Call' - to teach people how to help someone who is having an epileptic seizure.


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