Get NHS England to reconsider its decision not to fund everolimus for TSC-related epilepsy

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glenys Leighton
Feb 17, 2021
It's important. I have family members suffering this

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Petertubey PT Bristol
3 years ago
Pt

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Ioannis Polychronopoulos
3 years ago
I suffer from epilepsy!

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Melanie Howe
3 years ago
Having seen how epilepsy effects people's day to. Day lives, emotionally and their confidence self esteem I am fully behind this.
All people should be allowed access to all medicines and it not just be based on how rich you are or if you have private care

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Urszula Bereza
3 years ago
My grandson was diagnosed at 10 months when he had some minor seizures. Since then he has been receiving age appropriate medicine which has worked extremely well but he will grow out of this and may need everolimus later. TS is a nasty condition which can have wide ranging outcomes.

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Fiona Perkins
3 years ago
I am calling on NHS England to take into account patient evidence and fund everolimus for the treatment of TSC-related epilepsy.

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gunarajah pirathaban
3 years ago
I'm signing because of my family going through very hard time.
Please help

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Emily Jarvis
3 years ago
An amazing little girly needs it x

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barry smith
3 years ago
Everyone deserve treatment that helps6

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Ashley Matthews
3 years ago
The NHS do amazing work