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Mom Doesn't Know Why Daughter Gets 40,000 Seizures - So She Finds a Treatment Herself

Epilepsy affects an estimated 1.2% of people in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And yet, despite how common it is, the origin is often shrouded in mystery.In fact, in about half of the people with epilepsy, the condition has no identifiable cause, including for Savannah Salazar. That is until her mother refused to give up and finally found the answers the doctors couldn't.