'Epilepsy app could've saved my daughter's life'

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'Epilepsy app could've saved my daughter's life'

More than 80,000 people live with epilepsy in the capital, with hundreds dying from the condition each year. These figures have inspired the world's first self-monitoring app, created to reduce the number of Londoners facing fatal seizures. Epilepsy charity SUDEP Action is behind the technology. It's head Jane Hanna has been speaking to London Live News along with Londoner Rachel Sumaria, who lost her daughter Emily to epilepsy in 2012.

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