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What to Consider When Treating Transgender Patients with Epilepsy

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    According to recent estimates, between 150,000 and 450,000 transgender patients have epilepsy. And as that number is only expected to grow, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Emily Johnson shares key considerations for treating transgender patients with epilepsy.

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    According to recent estimates, between 150,000 and 450,000 transgender patients have epilepsy. And as that number is only expected to grow, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Emily Johnson shares key considerations for treating transgender patients with epilepsy.

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