Seizures are shared.
Hope can be too.

With fewer seizures, families finally have the ability to live more in the moment. Discover the stories of real people who take EPIDIOLEX.

Always smiling

In Cammy’s family, she’s known as the little clown with the big personality. Even though she was diagnosed with tuberous sclerosis complex, that doesn’t stop her from being the first one to give out hugs and kisses if someone else is upset. Cammy’s experienced fewer seizures since starting EPIDIOLEX, and she’s started to crawl, walk, and even attend preschool. Now Cammy and her family have a newfound hope for the future.

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Pure joy

When you spend time with Kelley, you can’t help but get caught up in her energy. She makes friends easily and has a great sense of humor. It’s what defines her—in some ways, even more than her diagnosis does. Kelley is 26 years old and has been living with tuberous sclerosis complex since she was 2 months old. She and her family have dealt with near-constant seizures for much of Kelley’s life. Since Kelley has started EPIDIOLEX, her family has noticed fewer seizures. Now she has more time to learn, grow, laugh, and sing.

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Looking ahead

Kierstin may come across as a typical 15-year-old girl. But she has been living with a rare disorder—tuberous sclerosis complex—since she was an infant. Over the years, it has shaped every aspect of her family’s life. After starting EPIDIOLEX, Kierstin experienced fewer seizures. She had more freedom to learn with fewer disruptions and less fear that her seizures would hold her back. Now Kierstin looks to her future with hope.

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Charles lived with his family for the first 38 years of his life. At that point, they decided—together—that a long-term care facility would be best for him. Once there, Charles was able to explore new interests. He was also prescribed EPIDIOLEX—the only CBD medicine that is FDA approved and therefore accessible to those living in long-term care.

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Taken care of

When Bobby first started having seizures as a child, his doctors told his mother that he would not live past his third birthday. Now in his 40s, Bobby has defied the odds, and is living a life of support at a long-term care facility. Because it is FDA approved, he is able to receive EPIDIOLEX there from trained staff.

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There’s really no better way to describe Grace. You’ll see it in every inch of her, but especially in her resilience. Because at just 5 years old, Grace has spent most of her life having close to 400 seizures a day.

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I love you, Mommy.

Words any mother would love to hear, but for Jen, they mean even more. Because for years, her son Cameron’s frequent seizures made it difficult for him to interact with his family.

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A little bit of independence.

That may seem like a common thing for most parents to want for their children. For Jon, it was different. He was only 4 years old when he was diagnosed with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. He and his parents spent years trying multiple treatments and searching for anything that might help.

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A whole new world

For so long, Aaron’s parents were his whole world. Relentless seizures and unanswered questions left their family secluded for nearly 20 years. It wasn’t until age 19 that Aaron finally received a Lennox-Gastaut syndrome diagnosis.

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Hope for the future

Steven’s childhood was tough for him, his mom, Annette, his dad, Steve, and his younger brother, Michael. Seizures dominated their lives. Without a proper diagnosis, Steven was treated through trial and error by many different doctors.

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Growing up

It took 20 years to get a Dravet syndrome diagnosis for Zach. For him and his mom, Leslie, those years were frustrating—just waiting for answers, waiting for relief, waiting to grow up. Once they received that diagnosis, a whole world of connections and information opened up to them—which ultimately led to EPIDIOLEX.

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