Study finds a new culprit for epileptic seizures – MIT News Office

New Culprit for Epileptic Seizures

The link attached talks about in detail the discovery that some seizures arise in glial cells.   The article also discusses how this could offer new targets for epilepsy treatment.  Congratulations to MIT for this discovery.

Study finds a new culprit for epileptic seizures – MIT News Office.

Personally, I can’t help but feel hope for the future when articles like these come out.  However, feel free to post your thoughts.

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I am a patient with epilepsy talking about personal experiences in my life. I don't claim to be an expert, but will not hesitate to use the opinion of experts in blog posts. Feel free to leave any comments about your experiences with a chronic illness.

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