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Amistades

Paula: “I’ve never hidden epilepsy”

It's always been difficult for me to study, but now, at 23 years of age, I can say that I've…
Luchando

Lía: “My dream is to live in an inclusive, informed and non-stigmatized society”

Hello, my name is Lia, I have lived with Nocturnal Epilepsy since I was 11 years old.
Stories

Ann: “Helping others is my passion, my calling”

In Canada alone, an average of 42 people a day learn that they have Epilepsy and over 50 million people…

MJN-SERAS

Find out your risk of having an epileptic fit at any time and place.

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MJN-SERAS

Find out your risk of having an epileptic fit at any time and place.

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Great stories on video

Greater visibility and understanding about epilepsy allows for a better quality of life for those who suffer from it

Marina

“Hi, I’m Marina and I’ve had epilepsy for over 13 years because of my illness…”

Epilepsy International Day

We fight against the stigmatization of epilepsy, spread the word.

Epilepsy in MWC2018

“…in the end innovation has a result if it reaches the street, if it reaches the people.”

MJN-SERAS

How does

MJN-SERAS work?

MJN-SERAS is the first wearable medical device that records your brain activity. Combined with Artificial Intelligence (AI) software, it is capable of detecting your risk of having an epileptic seizure at any time.

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News and information of interest about epilepsy

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Medical device. Security and requirements

From the beginning of development of our device to assess the risk of epileptic seizure, MJN was clear that MJN-SERAS…
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Tips for happy (and safe) Easter Holidays

If you are going to travel, especially with suitcases that you have to check in or...
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Mother with epilepsy, child with epilepsy

I ended my previous blog entry by saying that I'd tell you what had happened to one of my children…

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