‘There is an alarming lack of clinically relevant studies in patients with new-onset epilepsy, which can help you select the most effective drug for the individual patient,’said Dr. Elinor Ben-Menachem, lead researcher.. The guidelines evaluated existing data in adults, children and elderly people with the purpose of assessing the anti-epileptic drugs have the best evidence for the long-term efficacy or effectiveness as initial and only treatment.
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