A Possible Treatment for CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder has Earned Rare Pediatric Disease Designation
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A Possible Treatment for CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder has Earned Rare Pediatric Disease Designation

According to a story from BioSpace, the pharmaceutical company Marinus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced recently that its investigational product candidate ganaxolone has earned Rare Pediatric Disease designation from the US Food…

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Uncovering the Cause of Sudden Aphasia in a Patient with Osteomyelitis: A Case Study
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Uncovering the Cause of Sudden Aphasia in a Patient with Osteomyelitis: A Case Study

  Want to learn more about recognizing symptoms and diagnosing patients? Well, now you can. In a MedPage article, authors encourage readers to follow along on a case study to…

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Positive Findings in Phase 2 Study of Refractory Status Epilepticus Drug Candidate
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Positive Findings in Phase 2 Study of Refractory Status Epilepticus Drug Candidate

According to a recent press release from the Pennsylvania-based Marinus Pharmaceuticals, the Company is reporting positive results of its phase 2 study of "ganaxolone," an investigational GABAA modulator for patients…

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A Nasal Spray Has Just Become the First New Therapy Approved by the FDA for Cluster Seizures in 20 Years

Cluster Seizures Approximately 1/3 of all epilepsy patients live with uncontrolled seizures. Of these, around 150,000 in the United States alone  experience cluster seizures (otherwise known as acute-repetitive seizures, crescendo…

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Ganaxolone Shows Potential in Treating CDKL5 and Reveals Biomarker in PCDH19 Epilepsy
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Ganaxolone Shows Potential in Treating CDKL5 and Reveals Biomarker in PCDH19 Epilepsy

According to a story from globenewswire.com, the biopharmaceutical company Marinus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., recently announced the presentation of Phase 2 clinical trial of the drug ganaxolone as a treatment for CDKL5…

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A Researcher is Looking Into How Long Artificial Comas Should Last For Status Epilepticus Patients
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A Researcher is Looking Into How Long Artificial Comas Should Last For Status Epilepticus Patients

A researcher from the University of Alabama at Birmingham is working on how to improve treatment for patients with status epilepticus. The original article can be read here, at UAB…

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Editor’s Choice: It’s Junvenile Arthritis Awareness Month!

Happy Friday! How's the the sweltering heat treating you all (if you're on the east coast of the US, that is)? Hoping you are keeping cool! In the meantime, check out…

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Why Status Epilepticus (SE) Drug Therapy Research is Hot News
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Why Status Epilepticus (SE) Drug Therapy Research is Hot News

Has your healthcare provider ever talked to you about using an FDA-approved drug for an unapproved use (sometimes called an “off-label” use) to treat your disease or medical condition? It…

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Super-Refractory Status Epilepticus: Could a Ketogenic Diet Help?
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Super-Refractory Status Epilepticus: Could a Ketogenic Diet Help?

Status epilepticus is a rare and sometimes fatal condition. About 60 percent of those with this super-refractory status epilepticus (SRSE) die, making it the most dangerous type of seizure. This…

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Why is She Having a Difficult Time Accessing Marijuana for Seizures and Status Epilepticus?
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Why is She Having a Difficult Time Accessing Marijuana for Seizures and Status Epilepticus?

Sarah Trask had childhood cancer 32 years ago and had four brain surgeries. Sarah is a survivor. As a result, epilepsy is the side effect she is living with. Sometimes…

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If Your Child Had a Status Epilepticus Situation, Would You Know?
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If Your Child Had a Status Epilepticus Situation, Would You Know?

Any parent watching their child have an epileptic seizure can tell you that even the shortest seizure seems to last forever. In the case of a seizure that goes on for…

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Clobazam: Why There Might Be Real Hope for Status Epilepticus!
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Clobazam: Why There Might Be Real Hope for Status Epilepticus!

Status epilepticus (SE) is a serious, problematic, frightening, and often fatal condition, relating to uncontrolled seizures that continue to happen without any type of recovery between the seizures. SE is a…

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