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Huntsville Walk to END EPILEPSY – 4/18

Join the Walk to End Epilepsy and walk for the 54,000 families affected by epilepsy in Alabama. Funds raised from ...
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Epilepsy Foundation’s Walk to END EPILEPSY®

Thanks for everyone who joined us for the Walk to END EPILEPSY on Saturday, November 2 at Railroad Park in ...
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54,000 People in Alabama are Living with Epilepsy

The mission of Epilepsy Foundation Alabama is to lead the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.

 

Epilepsy Foundation Alabama is a chapter of the national Epilepsy Foundation. With the strength of a national organization and network of epilepsy experts, Epilepsy Foundation Alabama provides national scope and local impact.

 

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Recent News

2019 Alabama Walk To END EPILEPSY Recap Video

Thank you to the hundreds of people that joined us for the Walk to End Epilepsy in Birmingham! We walked for the 54,000 families affected by epilepsy in Alabama ...
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Birmingham’s Successful Walk to END EPILEPSY

“We are so excited that we were able to raise more than $65,000 from participants, teams and event sponsors that will be used to mobilize the community to be part of the fight to END EPILEPSY®,” said Sara Franklin, Executive ...
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Hoover woman begins new life, career journey after epilepsy diagnosis

Sara Franklin had her world shaken in August 2018 — literally. The Hoover native and new mother was asleep in her home in the Kirkman Preserve community when she, for the first time in her life, experienced what is known ...
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