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The Autunm/Winter publication of Medical Woman Federation "profiles some dazzling and inspirational medical women of our time................."
SUDEP Action’s second annual SUDEP Awareness Day on 23rd October, is set to help shine a spotlight on risk in epilepsy. The campaign is dedicated to raising awareness of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy
Every year both the incoming Club Captain and Ladies Captain at Lyme Regis golf Club nominate their choice of charities for the year.
Enjoy a boutique pop up shopping experience in the beautiful surroundings of the Blythswood Hotel, Glasgow on Sunday 16th October 2016 from 12 – 5pm.
From the 25th October to 4th November the #JusticeforLB bus will be walked along a section of the Northern Way, Camino de Santiago, by a collection of people in advance of celebration for International Day of Disability, which will happen in Aviles, North
A big thank you to Leonardo employees who have raised a total of £5,400 for our charity.
The Purple Service is a specialist service that supports the development of communication and play skills for children with epilepsy, under the age of 5 years.
Mhairi Fergusson, who was recently crowned Miss UK, hosted the ball at the Balmoral Hotel in support of epilepsy charity the Muir Maxwell Trust.
On Friday 12th February the Trust hosted an exquisite fundraising lunch for some lovely ladies, including many of our loyal supporters. The lunch was held in Palm Court at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel, London.
Mrs Ann Maxwell from Dalkeith is made an OBE ( Officer of the Order of the British Empire) by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.
Scientists from Imperial College London have identified two gene networks that are linked to human intelligence, offering potential insights into better treatments for people with epilepsy
Researchers have developed a new questionnaire that could be used to help medical students to better understand seizures.
On behalf of everyone at the Muir Maxwell Trust we would like to wish all of our beneficiaries and our wonderful supporters a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Muir Maxwell Trust (MMT) ambassador, Mhairi Fergusson and recently crowned Miss Scotland 2015, is competing in the Miss World contest in China this weekend. On behalf of everyone at MMT and all of our beneficiaries, we wish Mhairi the very best of luck.
A new study has demonstrated the extent to which illness perceptions contribute to fatigue and sleep problems in youngsters with epilepsy.
For anyone campaigning in Scotland the parliamentary Public Petitions Committee can seem like a daunting avenue. When I lodged my own petition this year, calling for recognition of residential care
SUDEP Awareness Day is dedicated to raising awareness of SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) all around the world. It was launched by SUDEP Action last year and was supported by 45 epilepsy organisations from around the world.