No tears here!! Anti-seizure medication can be very harsh on the body's organs and how they function, so getting routine blood work is just one of the many things epilepsy patients will go through.
Conner standing on the Virginia Capitol Building lawn in Richmond, VA. This is the spot of Conner's very first seizure. "Thumbs up! I'm fine!" he says with a smile. Read "First Seizure" blog for more about that life changing day.
This is Conner Jonathan. He is two years old and so full of life! Together we can help him live a seizure free life.
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Top: Jon Duresky, Conner's Papa, and Conner the day before "Hiking for a Cure" start.
Bottom: Conner's teachers, April, Leigh, and Jenna. We truly would not be able to get through the day without them!
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Together we can all SEIZE THE DAY & find a cure for EPILEPSY!