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    Do you suffer from tonic-clonic (or grand mal) seizures?
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    Do you suffer from tonic-clonic (or grand mal) seizures?
    Many people with epilepsy have seizures that are not controlled using current treatments. If you are over 12 years of age and have trouble controlling your seizures, you may be interested in the EXPLORE 332 Epilepsy study.
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    hootyowl2 responded:
    This link is no longer working. My ISP provided a generalized list of links that may or may not apply to epilepsy.

    Just to let you know.

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    dancer86442 replied to hootyowl2's response:
    If you find more links that are no longer viable, note the 'Report This' at the bottom of the post. I never did, becuz, I thought the admins mite eliminate All the Links or rather the Whole discussion. BTW: we only have techs now. Haylen was sent to another group, I guess & so we no longer have an 'admin. Hugs

    Love Candi
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