Episode #31 - The Best of Seizing Life featuring Susan Axelrod, Dr. Charles Marcuccilli, Eva and Michelle Wadzinski, Dr. John Millichap, Dr. Takijah Heard

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To mark the completion of the first year of CURE’s Seizing Life podcast, we compiled clips from some of our favorite episodes during the past year. If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch or listen to all of our episodes during 2019, this is a great place to start! And if you’ve tuned in for every episode, join us in revisiting these wonderful interviews.

 

In this episode, Dr. Charles Marcuccilli explains the complicated nature of epilepsy; college student Eva Wadzinski and her mother Michelle address the challenges of being a college student with epilepsy; Dr. Takijah Heard discusses how the vagal nerve stimulator (VNS) can be used to improve the lives of those impacted by epilepsy; Dr. John Millichap explains the connection between genetics and epilepsy; and CURE founder Susan Axelrod recounts what led her to found CURE over 20 years ago,  outlining her hopes for the future of epilepsy research.

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