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Epilepsy drug shortage in Canada worries patients, families – The Globe and Mail

Wednesday, 24 February, 2016

Epilepsy drug shortage in Canada worries patients, families – The Globe and Mail

A widely used epilepsy drug is in critically short supply across Canada, leaving patients and their family members scrambling for alternatives. The shortage of valproic acid, also known by the brand name Epival, began in December but has escalated ...

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