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Default After Epilepsy Surgery, Quality Of Life Related More To Seizures Than Memory

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Main Category: Epilepsy News Article Date: 10 Jun 2007 - 0:00 PDT Epilepsy surgery can eliminate seizures for 60 to 85 percent of people with temporal lobe epilepsy who do not respond well to medications. via Medical News Today


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