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    SUDEP-useful information or TMI?

    I read with interest the article by Dr. Leach. As things stand at present, it is not mandatory for physicians in the United States to discuss about SUDEP with patients or their caregivers. In fact this was not included in the recently released American Academy of Neurology (AAN) performance measures for epilepsy 1. Advice about safe recreation and driving though is included as one of the 8 performance measures. So is...

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