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The associate professor of neurology and director of the Women With Epilepsy Program at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine detailed the ongoing questions about assessing the gaps in breastfeeding between women with, and without, epilepsy.
The associate professor of neurology and director of the Women With Epilepsy Program at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine spoke about the findings of the MONEAD study and their implications for women with epilepsy.
The associate professor of neurology and director of the Women With Epilepsy Program at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine spoke about the need for consistency in the messaging conveyed to women with epilepsy who are having children.
The professor of neurology and epilepsy specialist at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine explains the decision-making process surrounding epilepsy surgery.
The assistant professor of neurology at the University of Wisconsin detailed the importance of transition clinics for pediatric patients with epilepsy.
Expert neurologists consider the future treatments for Parkinson disease and provide community neurologists with management advice.
Physicians offer different ancillary support options to patients on infusion-based therapies for Parkinson disease.
Key opinion leaders discuss the advantages of some future infusion-based continuous therapies for Parkinson disease.
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