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Information about area camps for children with epilepsy for the summer 2011.
On Thursday, May 5, Dr. Nataria Pitiyanuvath, neurologist at Erlanger, will be speaking about women and epilepsy issues. There are many online resources available as well.
According to some studies, up to 25% of people with autism are also expected to develop epilepsy. A new study suggests that for people with autism, their seizures are expected to be more severe than average.
On April 10, the greater Chattanooga community came together and raised $17,000 for the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee by eating a LOT of chocolate!