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    FDA OKs New Epilepsy Drug
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    The FDA has approved the drug Potiga (ezogabine) as an add-on drug to treat partial seizures caused by epilepsy.

    Click the link to read the whole article. Is this good news for you? Will you try the newly approved drug?

    Haylen
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    dancer86442 responded:
    Good Morning Haylen,

    WOW, I was just reading my Email & Hubby sent me this Info from our site. :) :) I had intended to post it myself. You beat me to it. :) Thank You!!!!!

    Nope, don't apply to me. ;) Would Try it, if I Had to! :) I know 1 member whose son mite consider it. If he has to go on Meds. :) Low Sodium was detected during Tests. I will ask Mom to read this. :)

    Love Candi
     
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to dancer86442's response:
    You have to get up early in the morning to beat me - ha, ha. My hours are very early (6 am PST)

    :)

    Haylen


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