30% of epilepsy cases are classified as drug resistant but new research from the University of Alabama suggests there may be new ways to manage drug resistant epilepsy.
One in 26 people suffer from epilepsy, recognised by the most visible symptom: seizures. There are more than two dozen anti-seizure medications available. However, roughly 30% of cases are classified as drug resistant – a percentage that hasn’t changed in decades – even with new drugs becoming available on the market suggesting that a lot about the central nervous system disorder still remains a mystery.
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