The Epilepsy Therapy Project, which promotes the acceleration of new therapies, has introduced an iPhone application to gather and report data to improve epilepsy care.
The application, called "My Epilepsy Diary," aids in tracking seizures, side effects and other personal events associated with the disease, as well as communicating with physicians, according to the Middleburg, Va.-based organization. The dairy also tracks medications and dosages. It is available at the App Store, at apple.com/iphone/apps-for-iphone/.
For more information on a range of tools and services for persons with epilepsy, visit epilepsy.com.
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