We should resist dangerous effort to limit health care coverage
WHEN A PERSON is first diagnosed with epilepsy their world is turned upside down. The questions come fast and furious. What does this mean for my life? Will I die from this? Can I pass this along to my children? Why me? Can this disease be managed, and will I still be able to participate in life and all that is important to me?
The answer to that last question is critical because everything suddenly seems very elusive. It can truly be frightening.