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Emily Donoghue, Emily's Perspective
Emily Donoghue, Emily’s Perspective

More Emily’s Perspective

You may have read Emily’s great column, Emily’s Perspective, on her life with epilepsy. Emily has been bringing you amazing articles each month for a while now. Each time we post one of her pieces you respond so positively that we have asked her to kick it up a notch. Now she will bring Emily’s Perspective to you two times a month instead of once a month.  You can share even more of her experience with epilepsy.

Thanks Emily, we are really looking forward to your articles. Watch for a second Emily’s Perspective article to begin this month.

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