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Nights and weekends: Two clinical epilepsy researchers with intertwined lives

      We consider ourselves unusual and fortunate. There are few husband and wife physicians who have devoted their careers to care and research about epilepsy. In Canada, we are only aware of three others — from the “old days” Eva and Fred Andermann (Montreal) and Katherine and Julius Metrakos (Montreal) and from the “recent days” Jose Tellez-Zenteno and Lizbeth Hernández (Saskatoon).
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