While flagging off an Epilepsy awareness campaign caravan in Meru, Kenya, Experts observed that stigma, lack of adequate and accessible healthcare are hampering the management of Epilepsy in Kenya as over 80 percent do not seek treatment of the disease.
The Chairman, National Epilepsy Coordination Committee (NECC) Paul Kioy also added that about two in every 100 people in Kenya suffer from Epileptic condition and that the challenges can be easily contained through proper training of medics, awareness creation and treatment.

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