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We have been talking to the media about World Encephalitis Day 2024.

Please continue reading to see some of the articles in which World Encephalitis Day and Encephalitis International have been featured.

Baroness Twycross: ‘I thought I had a brain tumour, but it was encephalitis’

Daily Telegraph

Heartbroken´ couple who lost son, 8, to brain condition only received diagnosis months after his death

Daily Mail online

Makenzie returned from a camping trip feeling sick. Weeks later she couldn’t read or write

7news.com.au

Patients with treatable brain disease are being misdiagnosed with dementia, experts warn

Daily Telegraph

Indian encephalitis cases raise concerns over misdiagnosis and fatal outcomes

The Week Magazine

A call for awareness in encephalitis

The Lancet Neurology

Port Orange woman works to raise profile of World Encephalitis Day

Daytona Beach News-Journal

Steinbach man spreads message of hope on World Encephalitis Day

Steinbach Online

Celebrated sports broadcaster Karen Tighe calls time on her career at ABC Sport to focus on her health

ABC News

‘There is more work to be done to raise awareness of encephalitis’

Nursing Times

Huddersfield Town support World Encephalitis Day

Huddersfield Town Football Club paid tribute to colleague Eleanor Haigh who sadly passed away following complications from encephalitis.

 

The Smiley Movement interview Encephalitis International

The Smiley Movement joined us at our Changemakers event at the end of last year to talk about all things encephalitis. They talked to Ambassador George Clarke, Deputy Chief Executive Phillippa Chapman and Dr Ali Alam, of University of Liverpool.

Page Created: 22 February 2024
Last Modified: 27 February 2024
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