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Help End Epilepsy Tag

A new specialty license plate is now available to residents of Alabama who want to show their support of children ...
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Mobile Walk to END EPILEPSY – 8/8

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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Take a Swing at Epilepsy – 9/10

It’s time to “Take a Swing at Epilepsy!” Epilepsy Foundation Alabama has teamed up with Athletes vs Epilepsy to bring ...
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Birmingham Walk to END EPILEPSY – 11/7

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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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  |  View All

COVID-19 & Epilepsy Fact Sheet

While most people who may develop COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) will have only mild to moderate symptoms, some people may need to see a health care provider or be hospitalized. The focus by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and all of us, ...
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UAB Compiles Extensive Report in Epilepsy & Behavior Journal

Disparities in epilepsy treatment have previously been reported. In the current study, UAB researchers examined the role of socioeconomic status, health insurance, place of residence, and sociodemographic characteristics in a past-year visit to a neurology or epilepsy provider and current ...
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How to prepare for a telemedicine visit with UAB Epilepsy Center

Learn about how to prepare for a telemedicine visit with the UAB Epilepsy Center. Thank you Dr. Leslie Grayson for giving us this information ...
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