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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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WHO Nigeria Feb 11
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Int. Epilepsy Day Sep 6
To celebrate International 2020, we are holding an international art for all ages with the theme ‘Friendship and Inclusion’. 🎨👫 Prizes of up to $250 in each category! 🏆 Visit
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All on the board Mar 26
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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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INFANT Centre Feb 11
Today on we are proud to be part of the network. EpiCARE brings together centres from all across Europe allowing them to share their expertise ensuring patients get the best care. Watch this video to learn more:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
Replying to @WHO
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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Julie Feb 11
Brilliant evening for . Thank you for such an accessible and informative evening!
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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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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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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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Aproko Doctor™ Feb 11
Replying to @aproko_doctor
Epilepsy can develop at any age, But is usually diagnosed in early childhood or in the elderly Is it hereditary? If you have a parent whose epilepsy is linked to genetics, that increases your risk to 2 to 5 percent.
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Aproko Doctor™ Feb 11
Replying to @aproko_doctor
... a lack of oxygen at birth diseases such as AIDS and meningitis which infects the coverings of the brain and spinal cord genetic or developmental disorders affecting the brain or neurological diseases which basically involve the nervous system
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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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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
Replying to @WHO
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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Autistica Feb 11
Today is International . Did you know that up to 3 in 10 autistic people also have ? Joseph is one of them. We're delighted that he's taking on a career in research after attending our epilepsy workshop last year. Read his story:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 11
Replying to @WHO
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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Ronald Kelechi Ikpe MBBS, MSc Feb 15
DO NOT POUR OLIVE OIL INTO THEIR MOUTHS DO NOT POUR CRUDE OIL INSIDE THEIR MOUTHS DO NOT SQUEEZE ONIONS AND PEPPER INTO THEIR EYES. DO NOT PUT THEIR FEET INTO THE FIRE. You are causing more harm than good.
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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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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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