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Books

Carson, Mary Kay. Epilepsy. Hillside, NJ: Enslow Publishers, Inc., 1998.

Landau, Elaine. Epilepsy. New York: Twenty First Century Books, 1995.

Lechtenbert, Richard. Epilepsy and the Family: A New Guide, 2nd edition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999.

Sander, J., and Y. Hart. Epilepsy: Questions and Answers. Chicago: Merit Publishing International, 1997.

Shaw, Michael, ed. Everything You Need to Know about Diseases. Springhouse, PA: Springhouse Corporation, 1996.

Wilner, Andrew N. Epilepsy: 199 Answers: A Doctor Responds to His Patients' Questions. New York: Demos Vermande, 1996.

Organizations

American Epilepsy Society. 638 Prospect Ave., Hartford, CT 06105–4298. (205) 232–4825.

Epilepsy Concern International Service Group. 1282 Wynnewood Dr., West Palm Beach, FL 33417. (407) 683–0044.

Epilepsy Foundation of America. 4251 Garden City Dr., Landover, MD 20875–2267. (800) 532–1000.

Epilepsy Information Service. (800) 642–0500.

Web sites

"Ask NOAH About: Epilepsy." NOAH: New York Online Access to Health. [Online] http://www.noah.cuny.edu/neuro/epilepsy.html (accessed on October 25, 1999).

Epilepsy. [Online] http://www.ninds.nih.gov/healinfo/disorder/epilepsy/epilepfs.htm (accessed February 28, 1998).

Epilepsy Facts and Figures. [Online] http://www.efa.org/what/education/FACTS.html (accessed on February 28, 1998).

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