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Epilepsy Durham Region

With the sheer number of people living with Epilepsy, and the impact this disease has on an individual and their family, our goal is to ensure that local community support is available to address the catastrophic effects of this disease.

Epilepsy Durham Region’s Second Annual 2016 Epic Golf Challenge • Changing Lives of Children

Epilepsy Durham Region is excited to launch our second annual Epic Golf Challenge! 18 teams of two will compete against one another in a battle of four 9 hole competitions, completing a total of 36 holes, trying to not only end up with the best round of golf, but also to raise the largest amount of…

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Arnold's Walk of Courage | Every Step Counts

Would you Walk 400 Kilometres for a cause close to your heart?

 

A nine week journey to walk 400km to support a cause dear to someone's heart is about to begin. "It's the walk of my life", says volunteer and Ambassador Arnold Clarke, who was diagnosed with epilepsy as a child. "50 years later and…

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Please join us for our Annual Walk of Courage • Sunday, October 16th, 2016

Jubilee Pavillion – Lakeview Park

55 Lakeview Park Avenue, Oshawa

Time: To Be Announced

 

 

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To register for the walk, please contact the Durham Community Foundation **Note: There is a $25.00 registration fee

 

We will be meeting at the Jubilee…

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Register today for the annual PULL Together for Epilepsy Fire Truck Pull

Join Epilepsy Durham Region for Family Safety Day in Clarington and watch teams of community groups, including our very own first responders, PULL a fire truck to benefit Epilepsy! There will be lots of fun for family and friends so come out and help raise awareness and funds for Epilepsy and the…

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Medication Alert Update: Clobazam Shortage

Update: June 23, 2016


via Canadian Epilepsy Alliance Drug Shortage Committee

 

Clobazam is in short supply, but this drug is still available at some pharmacies. If inventories have become low or depleted at your pharmacy, ask your pharmacist to recheck the status of both generic clobazam and…

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