Today coincide that the day I’m writing this article to the blog, is the International Day of Epilepsy. When you read it, the date will have passed, but check the number of records that have been programmed for this week (some also from this house). Paradoxically, most of the acts are by the initiative of somebody from the private sector: an ONG, an association, a company… But from the institutional sphere there is nothing. An awareness campaign would not be bad, indicating what to do in case of having a seizure or clarifying that people with epilepsy are not violent. Well, from my modest side, I will continue to insist that from some administrations it’s involved and there is something in favour of the investigation on epilepsy and their knowledge to be part of the society.
I will continue to insist that from some administrations it’s involved and there is something in favour of the investigation on epilepsy and their knowledge to be part of the society.
What we people who have epilepsy do know is that it does not happen in a day: epilepsy walk with us every day and, for the biggest majority, always.
As I commented that I’m part of the group of privileged people who control her illness with drugs and scrupulously follow the rules, but every time, I think companies like mjn-neuro that investigate and seek to improve the quality of life of the patients with epilepsy, our life will be better. This wonderful father who left everything to seek a better life for his daughter and this girl who knew how to decide that she had to live with these letters. That’s the spirit. Always ahead!
And a lot of encouragement and I hope and say that you continue investigation in that field and in other diseases, to provide people with a life that is as comfortable as possible.