On 7 October, The Mirror published an article about the risks surrounding medication shortages.
We understand from your comments that there has been much anxiety around the article. We thought it would be helpful to share the full quote which we sent to the Mirror, which we hope will give you more context and the broader picture:
Stephen Canning, Head of External Affairs at Epilepsy Society said: “It is vitally important that people with epilepsy have access to a continuous supply of their medication at the right dose and strength, in order to keep their seizures under control. For most people with epilepsy, their medication regime will have been finely tuned over many years to maximise their seizure control and minimise side effects.