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Old 03-14-2014, 11:23 AM
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New to epilepsy? Great start to becoming familiar with the condition.


"The Cleveland Clinic's Guide to Epilepsy" by Dr Elaine Wyllie. Dr. Wyllie is my daughter's doctor at the Cleveland Clinic. Stumbled upon the book while checking her qualifications out (yes, as a mother, her doctor's get evaluated before they evaluate her). This book was very informative. Talks a little about everything in a way that is easy to understand. Won't answer all your questions but it is a good place to start.


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