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In the past 8 years Georgia has been treated with many anti epilepsy drugs, and has undergone nearly two years of Ivig infusions, initially with good results but failed to continue, and most recently 4 rounds of rituximab which made her very unwell and had no positive effect on her seizure activity.
It had become evident that medical management of her condition was not effective any more and Georgia has undergone a full surgical evaluation in 2015. In December a decision was made by the neurology team at Gosh (Great Ormond Street) that a functional right hemispherotomy (disconnection of the right side of the brain), would be Georgia's best hope of seizure control and a 75% chance of seizure freedom.
Following surgery Georgia will have no movement down the l

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  • Alun Brown

    Alun Brown

    3 months ago

    Alun Brown

    Well we did it! And Thanks for all the likes and support . And now we need you to do it to help Georgia get her life back . Please donate we won't stop till we hit our target .

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  • Judith Gage

    Judith Gage

    Nov 20, 2016

    Well done! Lets hope the target is smashed to support Georgia


  • Andrea Davies

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    Oct 23, 2016


  • Sara Lewis

    Sara Lewis

    Oct 12, 2016

    Fantastic cause Alun. Well done


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Alun Brown

Alun Brown

Tondu, United Kingdom

On September the 18th 4 members of the Tondu Wheelers are attempting to finish IRON MAN WALES in Tenby . We would like to use this challenge and event to raise funding for Georgia to help provide her with the medical attention needed to help her return to a normal way of life.

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