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Join us on Facebook Live at 4pm on November 26. Dr. James H. Eubanks will discuss how genes contribute to seizures and possible future treatments.
Epilepsy Ottawa is working to bring this program to Eastern Ontario in early 2021.
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.…