It is essential that our community funds and supports committed and ambitious researchers like Dr Gash. His work is an example of the impact that is possible and of the lifelong commitment he has made as a specialist registrar in neurology to the next generation of people affected by epilepsy. We need people like Dr Gash working on our biggest challenges.
Epilepsy is chronically underfunded – to do better for babies like Archer, we must invest today in the next generation of research and researchers. We must safeguard Archer’s future and give him the same opportunities his twin sister will have. And we must provide hope to parents like Amanda and John that we, as a community, are doing all we can to create a better future for the next generation.
As Amanda says, “The next generation of researchers could stop Archer’s life being interrupted by epilepsy – and many other babies and children like him.”
This Christmas, you can do this by making a donation today. Only through our powerful community working together will we STOP epilepsy interrupting lives.
With best wishes