Publication Year: 2011
Type: Federal resource, Online publication
Unlike in past decades, about two-thirds of all people with epilepsy today can successfully control their seizures with medication, surgery, cranial nerve stimulation, or a combination thereof. Better therapies will enable individuals with epilepsy to control or preempt seizures without causing undesirable side effects.
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