7. Jun, 2016


Epilepsy Blog June 6th.

You don't need to be a Miss UK or a Miss or Mr Anyone to speak about Epilepsy. You need everyone to speak about Epilepsy. You need everyone with Epilepsy to stand up and be counted. You don't need a title to bring awareness to Epilepsy. It's an age old condition stigmatised because Society shuns Neurological invisible illnesses. Epilepsy is not glamorous at all..The life of the person with Epilepsy and their families endure, anything but glamorous. Awareness needs brought out of the dark ages into the media no doubt. Starting with our Governments giving same precidence to invisible illness as other 'life threatening conditions.

Epilepsy needs globally to be recognised and given the funding to be researched fully by our Scientist's.
Epilepsy is not a new condition it's an invisible neurological condition kicked to the kerb.
It's just not on the ambiguity and the ignorance still attached to it.
Epilepsy does not discriminate but discriminated against still in the 21st century.
It's unacceptable things need to change realtime.
If they can put a man on the moon. Why or Why can't they find a cure for Epilepsy and Seizures???

Julie Clark