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Do not despise people with Epilepsy - Dr Adjei

Dr Patrick Adjei, an Epilogist and lecturer, University of Ghana, School of Medicine and Dentistry, has urged Ghanaians to support and encourage epileptics to live normal lives. He said “Epilepsy once diagnosed can go away, do not despise people with epilepsy because epilepsy is not contagious as many have assumed.” Dr Adjei made the observation in Accra on Monday, when Ghana joined the world to mark the celebration of International Epilepsy Day, on the theme “Epilepsy is more than Seizure: Yes I can.” It was organised by the Mental Health Authority in collaboration with the International League Against Epilepsy and Epilepsy Society of » Read More

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