Personalized Medicine May Hold New Path For Controlling SeizuresDoctors are using personalized medicine to help patients determine which therapy will work best for them.
Study: Medical Marijuana May Help Children With Severe EpilepsyA study from New York University suggests a liquid form of medical marijuana could someday benefit kids with epilepsy who haven't responded to other treatments.
Henry Ford Hospital Performs First Minimally Invasive Laser Brain Surgeries in MichiganSurgeons at Henry Ford Hospital have performed the first two minimally invasive laser brain surgeries in Michigan -- one for epilepsy and one to treat a brain tumor. And in both cases the patients went home the day after the procedure.
Henry Ford Hospital First In Michigan With New Electric Epilepsy TreatmentHenry Ford Hospital announced Wednesday that it's the first in Michigan to offer a new technique of electrical stimulation of the brain for epileptic seizures previously thought to be untreatable.
Wayne State Studies Offer Hope For Epilepsy, Behavioral DisordersThree studies conducted as part of Wayne State University’s Systems Biology of Epilepsy Project (SBEP) could result in new types of treatment for the disease and, perhaps, for behavioral disorders as well.
Doctor Accused Of Poor Work Makes Deal With StateA Detroit-area doctor accused of misdiagnosing epilepsy in hundreds of children has agreed to pay a $10,000 penalty and have his future work reviewed by another doctor.
Wayne State To Conduct Childhood Epilepsy Training In AfricaA Wayne State University School of Medicine physician and researcher will convene a vital training workshop on childhood epilepsy in sub-Saharan Africa next month.
'Wellness & Epilepsy Conference' This WeekendOlympic Cyclist, Marion Clignet is Keynote Speaker for the conference at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Report: Doc Misdiagnosed Hundreds To Boost Pay