Anti-rejection drug may help children with epilepsy

06/16/2009 | Yahoo!

The transplant anti-rejection drug rapamycin appears to be effective against childhood epilepsy, according to a study using mice. The researchers said the drug blocked seizures in mice with cortical dysplasia, a brain malformation that is a common cause of childhood epilepsy, and may be an alternative to surgery.

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