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October 25, 2012 - Image 2

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-10-25

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MY STUDENTS DON'T

CALL ME MS. EPILEPSY.

Ms. Bird is not defined by her disease.
She just wants her students to turn
their homework in on time.

Fortunately for Lori Bird, she has the experts at Henry Ford

making sure her epilepsy behaves inside and outside of the

classroom. As the largest and most experienced epilepsy

center in Michigan, the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at

Henry Ford has overseen more than 50,000 patient visits and

has performed more than 1,000 epilepsy surgeries over the

last 15 years, By bringing together the latest clinical trials, brain

stimulation systems and surgical techniques, patients like Lori

have found hope for living complete, active lives.

To learn more or to schedule an
appointment, visit henryford.com
or call 1-800-HENRYFORD.

HEALTH SYSTEM

HENRY FORD
WEST BLIDOINITIELD
FIC)SPITAL

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