By Mitch Jackson The future of epilepsy research involves a wide range of areas, from medical marijuana to wearable headsets that can monitor brainwaves. EpLink – The Epilepsy Research Program of the Ontario Brain Institute began in 2010 with a mandate to reduce seizures and improve quality of life for people with epilepsy through research.…
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