July 25, 2019
Epilepsy can be hard to diagnose and people commonly mistake it for something else. The Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania teamed up with Kate Davis, MD, Medical Director of the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit to talk about the journey for epilepsy patients and the new technology and treatment being researched at Penn Medicine.
In this podcast series, Luke Debevec shares his story of being diagnosed with epilepsy in the middle of his career as an attorney. Host Missy Dolaway discuses with Dr. Kate Davis about what research and funding can do in the field of Epilepsy. She also talks about why she joined the field and what we can do to support the next generation of doctors and researchers.
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