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Drug-resistant Epilepsy Treatment Now Approved for Children as Young as Four

06:10 EDT 30 Jun 2017 | PharmPro

FDA approves VNS Therapy treatment for drug-resistant epilepsy in children as young as four years old. The achievement makes the therapy the first and only device that is FDA approved for drug-resistant epilepsy in that pediatric population.
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