The mission of /r/epilepsy is to provide a community forum for people that are effected by epilepsy. To share ideas about the direction of research and available treatment regarding epilepsy, seizure disorders and SUDEP, and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through discussion and support. We are the Epilepsy Warriors.

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