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WHO Nigeria Feb 11
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Finian McGrath Feb 11
Today is International Epilepsy Day! Please show your support and spread awareness.
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Gerry Adams Feb 11
It's 2019 today. Share & RT to show your support, raise awareness & highlight the challenges faced by more than 50 million people worldwide, who are living with epilepsy.
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Fraser Morton Feb 11
Experience our new epilepsy project A Life Electric, an exploration of mankind’s most misunderstood brain condition. View, read, share this experimental documentary magazine to mark International Epilepsy Day. Looking for epilepsy stories...
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Julie Feb 11
Brilliant evening for . Thank you for such an accessible and informative evening!
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ILAE Oct 9
IBE Announces international art for all ages to celebrate International 2020. The theme is ‘Friendship and Inclusion’. Prizes of up to $250 in each category! Submission deadline 20 November.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
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When 16-year-old Ma Shwe Zin Moe visited the rural health centre near her village in 🇲🇲, she was having several unprovoked seizures per month, her attention often wandered and she was unable to walk without support
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
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After 3 months of treatment, Ma Shwe Zin Moe had half the number of seizures and her general condition improved. She received treatment through the 🇲🇲 Epilepsy Initiative, launched in 2013 by WHO and Ministry of Health and Sports
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Lizzie Brindley Feb 11
Great talks from researchers Gianpiero Cavalleri, and in this evening to mark . Speaking about genetics, miRNA therapeutics and cannabis in epilepsy, respectively. Go team!
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United Nations Feb 11
Epilepsy affects more than 50 million people worldwide - making it one of the most common neurological diseases globally. More on Monday's World :
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
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Ministry of Health in collaboration with WHO, launched the fight against initiative in 2012. The project increased treatment coverage from 15% to 38% and more than 2700 people received treatment for the first time
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Alex Marconi Feb 11
So proud of Xavier and his courage through VNS surgery, Corpus Callosotomy Surgery and the countless seizures he endures. Special thanks to ⁦⁩ for their help!
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Maura Connell Feb 11
Informative evening for International Epilepsy day
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All on the board Mar 26
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Twibbon Feb 11
Today is International ! Join the global campaign to promote awareness of epilepsy and highlight the experiences of those affected. Add the Twibbon to your profile photo to show your support.
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Feb 11
Today on , meet 4-year old Onni who was suffering from a rare form of epilepsy. Our EU-wide network of epilepsy specialists got together to ensure the little boy gets the best treatment. This is how 🇪🇺collaborates:
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Sinead Matson Feb 11
My first research article published from my PhD research on International ! Don't tell me that's not a sign not to let epilepsy or brain tumours hold you back!!! You can do anything you want if you set you mind to it!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
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In 2012, WHO programme was introduced in 🇻🇳, starting with two provinces. The programme now offer services to over 600,000 people
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👻 100% That Witch 🎃 Feb 12
I’ve started a blog - how we’re managing my son’s epilepsy, experimenting with wearable medical devices, and keeping him on a therapeutic keto diet.
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Neurosurgery at NM Feb 11
The Comprehensive Center is devoted to caring for patients living with epilepsy and other seizure disorders. Learn more about specialized care for epilepsy
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