Woman Suffered from Crippling Seizures

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Over 3 million adults have epilepsy. In 2010, Kimberly moved to China to teach English and one day her right side went numb, and she started to hallucinate. After that, she was having frequent seizures and she shares it was taking over her life. Since getting diagnosed with epilepsy, Kimberly has had several treatments and undergone multiple brain surgeries, including one to put a seizure stopping implant in her brain. Neurologist Dr. Vikram Rao and Kimberly join The Doctors to share about this new technology.

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