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If you’re looking for more than just the quick facts on epilepsy, this is the place to be! We’re bringing the epilepsy experts to you. From doctors to the very people who overcome the challenges of epilepsy every day, the epilepsy community is sharing their insight. Why not take advantage of it?

Choose from any of the following publications to learn how epilepsy affects Canadians:

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Institute of Medicine (IOM)

The IOM is an independent non-profit organization that gives unbiased and authoritative health care advice. Click here to see their 2012 report.

Ontario Brain Institute

The OBI is a renowned research centre that has allocated significant funding to studying epilepsy.

The OBI hosted an epilepsy webinar during brain awareness week in 2012, linking the patient, medical, clinical, research and advocacy perspectives. Click here to view the webinar. (Be sure to turn on your speakers.)

Sharing

Sharing was published by Epilepsy Ontario and discontinued by 2010. Contents may be reprinted without permission, using the following credit line: “Reprinted from Sharing, formerly the official publication of Epilepsy Ontario.”

Inclusion of material in Sharing does not necessarily imply endorsement or agreement by Epilepsy Ontario. This material is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice. Consult your physician, neurologist or health professional for individual diagnosis and treatment.

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