Current Trends in Epilepsy Care

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This conference is designed for health care professionals who manage patients with epilepsy. Experts in the field of epilepsy will review the diagnostic challenges and the emerging trends in epilepsy management with antiepileptic drugs, seizure control devices and surgical therapy. The symposium includes credit for 1 hour of ethics. Get more information.
Registration Deadline:  September 2, 2014 

Refund Deadline:
Full refunds will be given for cancellations made by August 25, 2014.
Contact Information:
Karen Perrone - 512-324-7000, x72450 
Due to limited seating, onsite registration is not guaranteed.  Advance registration for the symposium is highly recommended.




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