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Women with epilepsy face a rollercoaster of hormones and seizures. But we’re treating them like men

By Lata Vadlamudi, Prinicipal Research Fellow & Neurology and Mental Health Theme Leader UQCCR, The University of Queensland
Fluctuating hormones affect the frequency of seizures at multiple times in women’s lives. So we need to tailor their therapies accordingly.The Conversation

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