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Diet as a Treatment For Epilepsy and Seizures


Epilepsy and Seizures

Published: 3 months ago

Note that Dr. Ashish Gilhotra, who is the host and is asking the questions, is speaking in a non-English language throughout this 16-minutes-long Q&A. Sometimes his questions/statements are captioned in English; sometimes not.

Dr. Nishi, the respondent, makes opening statements also in non-English, but soon responds in English. The conversation may, at times, be a bit challenging to understand for some of us, but I consider it an interview worth watching.


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