There are approximately 50 million people around the world who suffer from seizures. One of them was 11-year-old Billy Caldwell of Northern Ireland who was born with a particularly dangerous form of epilepsy. Intractable epilepsy is sometimes called uncontrolled epilepsy and doesn’t respond to typical treatments. Just one year ago, he suffered up to a 100 seizures a day!
His condition was beyond medication or diet changes, and any one of the seizures could have killed him. His 49-year-old mother, Charlotte, had to become his full-time caretaker. She says he has cheated death thousands of times. She called his rapid recovery “incredible.”
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