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# Epilepsy

Last year
Non-statutory inquiry into prescribing of drug that causes birth defects approved by Cabinet
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Timeframe still not decided for inquiry into epilepsy drug that can cause birth defects
Families still waiting for inquiry into use of drug that causes birth defects
Research finds pet dogs can predict owners' epileptic seizures
Valproate scandal: Parents feel failed by State over drug that harmed their children
Women 'dismissed' by doctors over mesh and epilepsy drug fears 'deserve apology'
This woman was paralysed on one side - two years later she walked on the Great Wall of China
Irish researchers make discovery which may lead to epilepsy 'warning system'
Simon Harris says Ireland may own its own medicinal cannabis supply in the future
Man who lost teeth from epileptic seizures fined for possessing cannabis used to treat symptoms
Medical cannabis products can now be prescribed in Northern Ireland
Living with grief: 'Being here without her has been - and still is - hard work’
Mark Earley
Man loses bid to leave nursing home, is made ward of court
Epilepsy: 'My emotions are heightened and I'm overwhelmed by difficult or upsetting situations'
Eva-Jayne Gaffney
'Until you've experienced epilepsy yourself, you don't understand what it's like to have no control'
Pharmaceutical cannabis could reduce sudden falls for people with treatment-resistant epilepsy
How do you tell people that you have epilepsy? Irish app aims to help
Epilepsy drug which has left 400 Irish children with disabilities to come under EU review today
Epilepsy medicine linked to 'severe malformations' in children in France
'I'm done for, because I can't get that for Ava': Vera Twomey makes heartfelt plea in radio interview
'My epilepsy diagnosis gave me impetus to achieve as much as I can to prove all the naysayers wrong'
Ailbhe Benson
'I've seen this work': Mother takes fight for medical cannabis to Leinster House
'I can't believe we're coming home. It's going to be the best Christmas ever'
Cork family fighting for cannabis-based medicine for daughter with rare form of epilepsy
'An utter warrior': Cork family appeals for little girl to be allowed use cannabis-based medicine
Complaint upheld against gym over 'epileptic fit' ad
'I’m comfortable with my epilepsy. What is difficult are the assumptions around being a non-drinker'
Niamh Hegarty
Young man killed by his own dog as he suffered an epileptic seizure
'There is always the chance of not waking up after a seizure'
Epilepsy unit at Beaumont Hospital closed because of staff shortages
Indian groom has fit at wedding, so bride marries someone else
"I was diagnosed when I was 14 and it was very scary. There is still no reason for it"
These men will swim in the Irish sea for 24 hours to raise money for epilepsy
Scientists are figuring out a way to make our brains work better
Epilepsy drug for children recalled over contamination risk
One in three would still put something in mouth of person having seizure
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Concern over lack of warning about flashing lights at events
People with epilepsy 11 times more likely to die prematurely
Epilepsy Ireland 'extremely frustrated' about drug substitution