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Epilepsy Articles


Pfizer fined for overcharging NHS

7th December 2016

Drugs giant fined a record £84.2m for overcharging the NHS for an anti-epilepsy drug.

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Epilepsy drug shows promise

15th April 2016

Researchers say a once-daily epilepsy drug may control seizures.

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Drug firms accused of overcharging

7th August 2015

CMA have accused Pfizer and Flynn Pharma of charging 'excessive and unfair' prices for anti-epilepsy drug.

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3D-printed pill approved in US

5th August 2015

US FDA has approved world's first 3D printed pill.

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Twitter criticised over flashing ads

10th July 2015

An epilepsy charity accuses Twitter of being 'irresponsible' after it posted two short videos that flashed rapidly between bright colours.

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Higher injury risk for young people with epilepsy

16th April 2014

A new study in England finds young people with epilepsy are more likely to suffer broken bones or burns than children without the disorder.

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Drug may help heavy drinkers

21st February 2014

New research suggests an anti-epilepsy drug could help problem drinkers.

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Brain implant could 'predict' seizures

2nd May 2013

A small study suggests a brain implant could predict epilepsy seizures.

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Epilepsy to be fully coordinated

1st March 2013

NICE publish new quality standards on epilepsy care.

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Dramatic drop in child epilepsy

4th February 2013

Figures show a steep decline in children being diagnosed with epilepsy.

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