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In the June 2018 edition

A Dravet syndrome diagnosis

Read more about Dravet syndrome, a rare and severe form of epilepsy, and how it has affected Maxine Brightwell’s life

Spotlight on the helpline

This Purple Day, the spotlight was on the important work of the Epilepsy Action Helpline

Sun, sand and seizures

Joe Adams talks about waking up from a coma with epilepsy, staying safe with active seizures and his two-month trip around Southeast Asia

A snapshot of 2017

Epilepsy Action gives a glimpse of some of the successes of 2017

Diagnosis: epilepsy

A new diagnosis of epilepsy for you or a loved one can be tough – but it doesn’t mean your life is over, says Lisa Owen

Laughing Boy

Dr Sara Ryan talks about learning disability, campaigning for justice and her beautiful son Connor Sparrowhawk

My Journal: Alan Miles

Alan Miles felt like epilepsy always had control over him, so he decided to take control back by making seizures into music

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