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COVID-19 and Epilepsy

COVID‐19 outbreak: The impact of stress on seizures in patients with epilepsy Shanshan Huang Chunmei Wu Yuchao Jia Guo Li Zhou Zhu Kai Lu Yuyan…

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Scholarships & Bursaries Scholarship Winners 2020 We would like to congratulate our 2020 scholarship and bursary recipients! Congratulations to you all and we wish you…

Covid 19 Update July 7

We are still offering our services and are here for you.   Would you like to help us continue our work? Here’s how you can…

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Do people with epilepsy have a higher risk of COVID-19 infection? In general, there is currently no evidence of increased risk of infection in people…

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The Silence of Epilepsy

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The Silence of Epilepsy

Video Published on May 23, 2016