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Oregon Health & Science University performs brain surgery in clinical trial for epilepsy

Cell therapy showed promise stopping seizures in early tests

By , Columbian staff reporter
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Oregon Health & Science University recently became the second center in the nation to perform a new type of brain procedure to treat epilepsy that is not controllable with medication.

“Epilepsy is a very common condition where people have a tendency toward having recurring seizures that usually need treatment to try to prevent them,” said Dr.

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Columbian staff reporter