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Stories about SUDEP

Star of wonder

8 Nov 2013

This holiday, Epilepsy Action offers you a chance to remember someone who can’t be with you this year. Donate now for a Shining Star decoration with a personalised inscription and pride of place at the Leeds Minster Carol Concert

AJO: Leading the cheer

5 Nov 2013

Alyssa O’Neill was an 18-year-old cheerleader from Pennsylvania, US. In September, she died of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). Her mum, Sarah O’Neill, tells Peter Fox how the last message Alyssa ever sent sparked a global movement of spontaneous kindness

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