The 2017 National Epilepsy Conference will take place in the Clayton Hotel Sligo on Saturday September 9th.
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Science Foundation Ireland has announced that it is to fund a new Research Centre which will focus on the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of chronic and rare neurological diseases, including epilepsy.
Epilepsy Ireland would like to thank everyone who supported our fundraising lunch in Fire Restaurant and Lounge, Dublin.
The impact of epilepsy on people's lives varies a great deal and decisions on employment should be based on each individual's circumstances.
Today the campaign group FACS Forum called on the Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) to urgently ensure that the outer packaging of all products containing sodium valproate
The FACS Forum, an umbrella of patient and disability organisations including Epilepsy Ireland, is urging the government to undertake an investigation into the current and historical use of the drug sodium valproate (Epilim) in pregnant women,
Epilepsy Ireland welcomes the motion passed yesterday by the Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland
A new study in the Annals of Neurology identified which drugs will be most effective to help children with childhood absence epilepsy (CAE).
The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) has recently revised its classification of seizures. The update, the first in 30 years, includes many types of seizures not captured in the older version, allowing doctors and patients to make more informed decisions concerning treatment.