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In the June 2019 edition
Cracking the code
Professor Sanjay Sisodiya from University College London talks about the role genes may play in epilepsy
A work in progress
A new piece of research has looked into why people with epilepsy report struggling to find or stay in work and what measures may help
The successes of 2018
A look at the many highs of 2018 for Epilepsy Action that you have made possible
It’s good to talk
A few highlights from Purple Day 2019
In the second of a two-part feature, we look at some of the latest research and information presented at the 2018 ILAE scientific meeting
Professor Graham Harding
We pay tribute to Professor Graham Harding, who developed the Harding test, celebrating his influential work in photosensitive epilepsy
Medical files: levetiracetam
In this new regular feature, we take an in-depth look at an epilepsy medicine. This issue, we find out more about levetiracetam
My Journal: Tom Ryalls
When an epilepsy diagnosis derailed Tom’s career plans, he decided to turn to the theatre and bring his story to the stage