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In the March 2019 edition
It's legal – now what?
Prescribing cannabis-based medicines became legal in November, so why are people still struggling to get access?
Epilepsy: Public attitudes
We look at the results of a new study looking into public attitudes in the UK towards epilepsy
Seizures of a sailor
Terry's life was derailed when his seizures started in the 80s – especially having to leave his job in the Royal Navy
Helping children live better with epilepsy
What's new in epilepsy?
In the first of a two-part feature, we look at some of the latest research and information presented at the 2018 ILAE scientific meeting
After proving to be a roaring success in 2018, the Epilepsy Action ‘Epilepsy, my family and me' events are back again in 2019!
Medical files: sodium valproate
In this new regular feature, we take an in-depth look at an epilepsy medicine. This issue, we find out more about sodium valproate
My Journal: Francesca Fox
Having become good at overcoming the challenges her epilepsy created, Francesca decided to take on another one – get fit and run Tough Mudder