Gastaut, Henri

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Gastaut,

Henri, French biologist, 1915–.
Gastaut syndrome - juvenile hemiplegic epilepsy with ipsilateral signs.
Lennox-Gastaut syndrome - see under Lennox
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Bailey has had Lennox- Gastaut syndrome, a rare epilepsy, since he was two.
The Pediatric Epilepsy Research Foundation co-funded one pediatric research fellowship at 50% and two grants were supported in part by the Wishes for Elliott or the Lennox Gastaut Syndrome Foundation.
Bailey - a pupil at Ysgol Y Deri in Penarth - tried 15 drugs for his condition before doctors diagnosed him with Lennox Gastaut Syndrome.
The youngster suffers from Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy which affects only about 400 people in Britain.
Bailey, a pupil at Ysgol Y Deri, in Penarth, tried 15 different types of medication for his condition, many of which had side effects including tremors, hair loss and drooling, before doctors diagnosed Lennox Gastaut Syndrome - a rare form of drug resistant epilepsy.
Mum-of-two Mary is a full-time carer to her daughter Elizabeth, 33, who has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy.
What with our age and her behavioural problems we are just about able to cope." Karina has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which means she suffers from seizures and she also has autism.
Over the next few years the youngster tried different medication before Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which affects between 1% and 5% of epilepsy cases, was diagnosed when he was six.
The analyst thinks the lead product, Epidiolex, for Dravet syndrome and Lennox Gastaut syndrome should be a blockbuster drug with sales of about $1.8B in 2026, based on positive feedback from his MEDACorp physician survey and KOL interviews.
Bailey has Lennox Gastaut Syndrome, which is a severe form of epilepsy.