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- Dr. Eric Kossoff Associate Professor, Neurology and Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital Medical Director, Ketogenic Diet Center Director, Pediatric Neurology Residency Program
- Joan Austin Distinguished Professor Emerita, Indiana University School of Nursing
- Dr. Angel Hernandez Medical Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Program Cook Children's Health Care System, Fort Worth, Texas
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Dr. Elaine Wirrell, a pediatric neurologist at Mayo Clinic, describes how childhood epilepsy is diagnosed and treated at Mayo Clinic:
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