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EpiFinder, Inc. Announces Analytics Software to Improve Epilepsy Diagnosis and Seizure Events

EpiFinder, Inc., is pleased to announce its proprietary clinical decision analytics software to improve epilepsy syndrome diagnosis and seizure event management...

USFDA rejects SPARC’s epilepsy drug application

The US health regulator has denied approval to Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company’s (SPARC) new drug application for Elepsia XR, an anti-epileptic drug....

University of Warwick research focuses on absence epilepsy that affects children

A University of Warwick study to understand a form of epilepsy that affects children has received a grant from the charity Epilepsy Research UK. The research fo...

New surgery tried for Nationwide Children’s epilepsy patient

Elizabeth Szasz is 12 years old but is unable to lead the typical life of a middle schooler. She was diagnosed with epilepsy as a baby and has tried several tre...

Protein Found That May Improve Epilepsy Patients’ Response to Therapies

A protein that may help epilepsy patients respond better to drug therapies has been identified, a new study suggests. The study, titled “Molecular isoforms of h...

Huge surprise party planned for 9 year old with epilepsy after bullies make her life hell

A little Whanganui girl whose classmates refused to come to her birthday is about to be flooded with friends, presents and birthday well-wishes from all over th...

Lawmakers push legislation to provide epilepsy treatment nationwide

A controversial treatment for children with severe epilepsy could become legal nationwide. The treatment uses oil derived from Marijuana. While the treatment is...

Madison’s Bezold won’t let epilepsy limit him

Epilepsy is one word that recent Madison graduate Nick Bezold won’t allow to limit what he does athletically. On Tuesday night, Bezold finished his senior...

Metformin shows promise as a potential treatment for fragile X syndrome

An inherited form of intellectual disability called fragile X may be treatable with metformin, the most widely used type 2 diabetes drug. This was the conclusio...

Stem Cell Therapy Shows Potential in Treating Medication-resistant Epilepsy Patients

Stem cell therapy may be a safe and promising treatment option for epilepsy patients who are resistant to antiepileptic drugs, according to new research. The st...

Why some images trigger seizures

In people with photosensitive epilepsy, flashing lights are well known for their potential to trigger seizures. The results can be quite stunning. For instance,...

New UTHealth study focuses on treatment for epilepsy caused by tuberous sclerosis

A clinical trial of a drug that researchers hope can prevent or delay the onset of epilepsy in children with tuberous sclerosis has begun at McGovern Medical Sc...

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