HB+ is proud to partner with the National Minority Health Association to help bring about health equity and close the disparity gap in health and healthcare for underserved, marginalized, hard-to-reach, and minority communities.

For people with epilepsy, driving is a top concern. The inability to drive often comes with frustration, a loss of freedom, and dependency on others. Regulations vary; some countries ban people with epilepsy from driving for life, while most require a specific seizure-free period.

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