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My journal: Peter Barr

8 Aug 2014

A mystery illness during a trip to Europe left Peter Barr with recurring seizures and some dramatic memory loss. Little did he know that a resulting hospital visit would bring him face to face with someone unexpected from his past

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My journal: Lucy Cox

14 Aug 2013

Lucy Cox was a carefree young woman when she was diagnosed with epilepsy. Like many at a young age, she paid little attention to her condition. Still, as her seizure frequency increased, she became more and more determined to never let it slow her down – and is now a working nurse in the NHS

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My Journal - Ernie Lijoi Snr

30 Nov 2012

Ernie at a deskErnie Lijoi Snr developed epilepsy at a young age living in Brooklyn, New York in the aftermath of World War II. In spite of his worsening seizures, he worked hard to gain entry into the police force. He finally ended up as a deep cover operative working to stop dangerous criminals

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