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Behavioral Interventions May Reduce Seizures in Focal Epilepsy

06:59 EST 15 Feb 2018 | Medscape

Although two behavioral interventions were associated with significant seizure reductions in patients with resistant epilepsy in a new randomized study, the two groups did not differ from each other.
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