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A discovery by researchers from Tel Aviv University led by Prof. Ina Slutzky paves the way for the development of new drugs for epilepsy

A new study by Tel Aviv University found that an existing drug for MS may, after adjustment, also help a third of the patients with epilepsy, to whom a cure has not yet been found.

To an article published in Mako

For an article published in jpost

To an article published in Maariv

To the article published here – Israel Broadcasting Corporation

To an article published in DoctorsOnly

To an article published in Times Of Israel

To listen to an interview with Prof. Slutzky

Dr. Boaz Barak: Existing Multiple sclerosis drugs can help patients with Williams syndrome

Researchers at Tel Aviv University, led by Dr. Boaz Barak of the School of Psychological Sciences and the Neuroscience School of Neuroscience, have found that Williams patients suffer from myelin, which isolates nerve cells just like MS patients, and surprising findings may also be relevant to other diseases, including autism and Alzheimer’s. To the full article