Purple Day® Every Day Blog

Real people with epilepsy. Real families. Real stories. Real strength. Real hope.

The Purple Day® Every Day blog consists of a growing network of people with epilepsy, their caregivers and family members, other advocates and even some health care providers (HCPs) within the epilepsy community committed to helping us raise awareness each and every day of the year.
 
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by Lena
Okay y’all, I’m just going to say it. This one is not going to be easy to write. It’s real READ MORE
by Lena
“Thank you so much, this brought many smiles to our team let alone to the patients and families who will READ MORE
by Lena
Leadership Through Service As far back as I can remember, I knew I wanted to give back to the country READ MORE
by Lena
It was 1993, and I was a 21 year-old senior at Duke University double majoring in biomedical and electrical engineering. READ MORE
Clinical Research for Epilepsy Has Gone to the Dogs
by Lena
Did you know that more than 5% of all of the canine population also experience idiopathic epilepsy and seizures? This READ MORE
by Lena
Hello everyone! I hope you all have been able to get some sort of rest and relaxation, and something fun READ MORE
by Lena
I do not know anything different then life with Epilepsy, having been diagnosed at two years old. In recent years, READ MORE
by Lena
Epilepsy comes in many forms/variants, and when I was in elementary school during the mid/late 1990s it was only the READ MORE
by Lena
Hello, my fellow Warriors, and caretaker warriors! I did something that I have never been able to do. I have READ MORE
by Lena
Janice MacGregor's take on real Friends and epilepsy.   Janice MacGregor is from Saskatchewan, Canada. She has had epilepsy with READ MORE
by Lena
  It’s crucial to address misunderstandings about epilepsy. That’s why this year’s virtual Purple Day® Around The World event shines READ MORE
by Lena
Author: Cyndi Crunk  March 1, 2015 It seemed like an ordinary day. It was a Sunday. It was around 9:00 READ MORE
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