In this issue we include a very interesting report on photosensitive epilepsy, written by Dorothée Kasteleijn-Nolst, who has worked in the field of photosensitive epilepsy for more than 30 years. It’s a fascinating report and brings us up to date withthe latest developments in screens, computer games and even architectural trends.
Almost 70 years ago, the flame symbol now used by a huge number of epilepsy associations, including IBE, was first introduced. The work of a well-known British cartoonist and illustrator, Haro Hodson, the story behind the design was first published in IE News about 20 years ago. To mark IBE’s 60th anniversary, we are publishing the story again in this issue.
Next month, the 13th Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Congress will take plac