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“Epilepsy South Africa promotes human rights and an inclusive society for persons with disabilities, primarily persons with epilepsy”
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Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - On 25 February 1968, 430 Unification Church couples wed in Seoul, Korea. Known as the Holy Marriage Blessing Ceremony, thousands of engaged or married couples participate.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 21
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - On 22 February 1968 Rock group Genesis released their first single The Silent Sun which attracted some airplay but failed to sell.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 20
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - Howard Walter Florey was an Australian pharmacologist and pathologist who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945. He died of a heart attack on 21 February 1968 at the age of 69 years.
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Am. Epilepsy Society Jan 18
The 2017 Judith Hoyer Lecture in is live on our channel:
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 19
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - British actor and comedian John Cleese married Connie Booth on 20 February 1968. They wrote the scripts for and co-starred in both series of Fawlty Towers.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 17
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - On 18 February 1968 David Gilmour (rock bassist and vocalist) joined rock group Pink Floyd as the fifth member.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 15
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - How Great Thou Art was the King’s 28th studio album released in February 1967. It went Gold on 16 February 1968 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 7
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - On 8 February 1968 Walt Disney Studios released Blackbeard’s Ghost.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 5
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - The 10th Winter Olympic Games opened in Grenoble, France on 6 February 1968 with thirty-seven countries participating.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Feb 3
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - On 4 February 1968 about 100 Indians and Pakistanis from Kenya arrived in Britain, escaping discrimination.
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Epilepsy Foundation Feb 1
Join the worldwide effort on Feb 12 to get trending. Download the “This is Me” poster () or selfie sign (). On Feb 12, post your photo w/ and hashtag . 1/2
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Epilepsy Foundation Feb 1
Submit your selfie photo to the International Epilepsy Day website and it may be posted on their “Selfie Wall”: . Learn more ways to get involved: 2/2
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 31
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - On 1 February 1968 the King of Rock, Elvis Presley's daughter, Lisa Marie was born in Memphis, Tennessee.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 30
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - Nauru (Pleasant Island) became self-governing in January 1966. it declared independence from Australia on 31 January 1968, becoming the world's smallest independent republic.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 29
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - The Tet Offensive was one of the largest military campaigns of the Vietnam War, launched on 30 January 1968.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 22
Sponsored Training in Crafts.... Offered by CeramiCraft, a private training providerin collaboration with Epilepsy SA,
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 14
Celebrating 50 yr with Epilepsy SA - . American rapper know as LL Cool J was born on 14 January 1968. His stage name, LL Cool J is an abbreviation for Ladies Love Cool James. Happy Birthday!!
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 7
Celebrating 50 years with Epilepsy SA - The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau is a non-fiction documentary TV series focusing on marine biodiversity. The first episode aired on 8 January 1968 aired.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 6
Celebrating 50 years with Epilepsy SA - On 7 January 1968 Surveyor 7 lifted off from Cape Canaveral. It was the seventh and last lunar lander of the American unmanned Surveyor program sent to explore the surface of the Moon.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jan 3
CELEBRATING 50 years With Epilepsy SOUTH AFRIC A - Renowned surgeon Dr Chris Barnard performed his second heart transplant operation at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town a month after his first transplant on 2 January 1968.
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