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Epilepsy Ireland is to partner with the Royal College of Surgeons and the Irish Research Council in supporting a new project investigating potential biomarkers that determine people's responsiveness to the epilepsy drug Levetiracetam (Keppra).
Batches of epilepsy medication Buccolam are being withdrawn as a precautionary measure. The recall is at pharmacy level only and patients do not have to return packs to their pharmacy and can continue taking themedicine.
In recent months, there has been a lot of discussion about the potential benefits of cannabis and its derivatives in treating epilepsy.
Cuts to the respite grant, changes to medical card provision and other cutbacks are having a significant impact on Family Carers of people with neurological conditions,
These are the main points from Budget 2014 relating to the health and disability sectors.
Epilepsy Ireland is proud to be a founding member of the new Deal Effect enterprise – a brand new daily deals website that sees 11% of all revenue earned donated to charities.
Ahead has produced new resources for students with disabilities who are due to start college or who are considering applying to college in the future.
Epilepsy Ireland is recruiting for a Community Resource Officer (CRO) for HSE West Region.
The Health (Pricing and Supply of Medical Goods) Bill returned to the Dail on Wednesday for the Report stage. The debate focused almost entirely on the issues surrounding generic substitution of anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) but three amendments intended to protect people with epilepsy were rejected.