Living with epilepsy

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

Epilepsy attitudes ‘stuck in the Dark Ages’

Posted 6 Jun 2012 in Living with epilepsy

The attitude of members of the general public towards individuals who are affected by epilepsy remains stuck in the Dark Ages. This is the view of head of clinical services at social care charity Quarriers Gerry Gahagan, with research from the body indicating the extent to which the condition affects those diagnosed with epilepsy. According to the results of the read more

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