Epilepsy Queensland provides help for people living with epilepsy, their families, and for organisations needing training about epilepsy
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Welcome to Epilepsy Queensland
10 February is International Epilepsy Day
In 2019-20, there will be an estimated 142,740 people living with active epilepsy in Australia, costing a total of $12.3 billion. The lifetime costs for the estimated 14,603 new cases per year is $22.2 billion. Epilepsy doesn’t discriminate, being prevalent across gender, age and location.
Epilepsy Australia has released a new report titled The Economic Burden of Epilepsy in Australia 2019 - 2020. You can access the full report here: http://bit.ly/EQImedia
Find out more about the latest epilepsy research. Click here.
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