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To Cope with Epilepsy in A Country Like Pakistan

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Suffering from an illness of the brain is a lot different when you live in a society that still has so many superstitions.

Ever since I was a child I used to hear about people possessed by evil spirits. Such people would have fits and seizures and they will have a short term memory loss too after the fit. There used to be only one cure for them, going to a holy man (called Peer)…

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