Greg Grunberg. Talk About It Homepage. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY / NIGHT. SUBWAY CAR PULLS UP INTO TUBE STATION. GREG GRUNBERG enters frame from left, seen through doors of subway car. Greg Grunberg:  Hi, I'm Greg Grunberg. My son is my hero.  And because of him, I want to change the world.  But not just for him, for over three million other Americans like him, and for 50 million people around the world. So, what's this site all about? Explore and find out.  Some of my favorite people are here -- WE SEE the likenesses of our Talk About It hosts: Ron Rifkin, John Mayer, Jennifer Garner, Hayden Panettiere, Milo Ventimiglia, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Kristen Bell... Greg (continues): --  including you. Together, it's time to Talk About It. TRAIN PLATFORM ANNOUNCER: All aboard. SFX: Air brakes release, train departs. Greg Grunberg (b. 1966, Los Angeles, CA) Creator and Executive Producer, TalkAboutIt.org Chair, National Walk for Epilepsy Founder and Drummer for Band From TV   Matt Parkman on Heroes (2006-Present) Eric Weiss on ALIAS (2001-2005) Sean Blumberg on Felicity (1998-2002) Ron Rifkin. Platform 2. Epilepsy -- What is it? TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY / NIGHT. FLUORESCENT-LIT MTA-NYC STYLED SUBWAY STATION. Moody lighting. Actor Ron Rifkin enters from left. Behind him there is a long "Hollywood Promises To Talk About It" poster banner advertisement. Ron Rifkin: "So, someone has epilepsy. So what? Epilepsy is a medical condition, like asthma. You can't catch it. It's not contagious. And it is much easier to live with, if people understand it, and talk about it." The station darkens, moving focus to a TV monitor featuring an expert panel interview. Greg Grunberg interviews epilepsy advocate Phil Gattone, Jr. Greg Grunberg:So share with everybody, you're a teenager, you're growing up, you're taking medicine for your epilepsy, you're 21 or 22 or whatever and you're at a party and you know that you can't drink beer but you wanna fit in and you wanna be -- there's a secret that you shared with Jake that is just genius.  It's so simple but it's really smart. Phil Gattone, Jr.: Well I mean if you're at a college party and people are drinking you can grab a beer.  You don't have to drink it.  You can just hold it. Greg:Come on!  That's what I'm talking about.  That's what it's all about.  You'd be smarter than your friends.  It's tricks like that.  Now let me ask you this.  You're dating.  Do you tell somebody right away that you have epilepsy?  I guess it depends on how controlled you are.  Is that something you ever worried growing up that you would scare people off? Phil:Yeah.  I think I felt a little scared at first but as the relationship develops you get to know the person and you can just share anything with them and you can just tell them.  I mean depending on the seriousness of your epilepsy you should either tell them right away.  It just all depends. Greg:Right, and if they can't deal with it move on.   Phil:I just think people need to know that it's okay to talk about it.  There's nothing to hide. TV monitor darkens, and station brightens again, lighting upon Ron. Ron Rifkin: You know what? If you don't have epilepsy, you probably know someone who does. Maybe even someone you care about.  So, let's promise to talk about it, so no one will ever feel the need to hide again.  I'm Ron -- (chuckles, looks off camera) who am I? ...Rifkin, Rifkin! I'm Ron Rifkin. Talk About It. Ron exits stage left, to the ambience of a train approaching in the near distance. Ron Rifkin (b. 1939, New York, NY) Saul Holden on Brothers & Sisters (2006-09) Arvin Sloane on ALIAS (2001-2005) Dr. Carl Vucelich on ER (1995-96) Poster Talking Points: Other Places to Visit: Epilepsy Foundation -- Flame Logo; Epilepsy Foundation eCommunities -- "Hand-written"; Epilepsy Advocate -- "Arial" Promise Poster: with Ron Rifkin. Chris Pine & Zach Quinto Epilepsy First Aid. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. NIGHT. DARKENED PEDESTRIAN SUBWAY TUNNEL. Actors Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto meet up suddenly  in the middle of a cavernous subway underpass; after a friendly high-five and greeting, Chris speaks: Chris Pine: If someone has a seizure, do you know what to do? Zachary Quinto: Hey that's my line. Chris: Well then, say it. Chris & Zachary (unison): First off, never ever put anything in their mouth. Chris: Never. Zachary: Make sure they are comfortable and safe. Chris: Turn them on their side. Zachary: Make sure their head is protected. Chris: Stay with them until the seizure ends. Zachary: The seizure will probably last only a few moments. Chris: The best thing you can do is be a friend. Zachary: Talk about it. Chris: Talk about it.  Hey we're a pretty good team. Zachary: Yeah. We'll see... There is an amusing but awkward silence as this sinks in for both "Kirk" and "Spock" here... and Chris and Zach in turn both exit the way they came. Zachary Quinto (b. 1977, Pittsburgh, PA) Sylar on Heroes (2006-Present) Mr. Spock in Star Trek (2009) Sasan on  So NoTORious (2006) Adam Kaufman on 24 (2003-04) Chris Pine (b. 1980, Los Angeles, CA) Capt. James T. Kirk in Star Trek (2009) Jake Hardin in Just My Luck (2006) Nicholas Devereaux in Princess Diaries 2 (2004) Chris Pine & Zach Quinto Epilepsy First Aid. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. NIGHT. DARKENED PEDESTRIAN SUBWAY TUNNEL. Actors Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto meet up suddenly  in the middle of a cavernous subway underpass; after a friendly high-five and greeting, Chris speaks: Chris Pine: If someone has a seizure, do you know what to do? Zachary Quinto: Hey that's my line. Chris: Well then, say it. Chris & Zachary (unison): First off, never ever put anything in their mouth. Chris: Never. Zachary: Make sure they are comfortable and safe. Chris: Turn them on their side. Zachary: Make sure their head is protected. Chris: Stay with them until the seizure ends. Zachary: The seizure will probably last only a few moments. Chris: The best thing you can do is be a friend. Zachary: Talk about it. Chris: Talk about it.  Hey we're a pretty good team. Zachary: Yeah. We'll see... There is an amusing but awkward silence as this sinks in for both Kirk and Spock here... and Chris and Zach in turn both exit the way they came. Zachary Quinto (b. 1977, Pittsburgh, PA) Sylar on Heroes (2006-Present) Mr. Spock in Star Trek (2009) Sasan on  So NoTORious (2006) Adam Kaufman on 24 (2003-04) Chris Pine (b. 1980, Los Angeles, CA) Capt. James T. Kirk in Star Trek (2009) Jake Hardin in Just My Luck (2006) Nicholas Devereaux in Princess Diaries 2 (2004) Greg Grunberg. Parents Of Children With Epilepsy. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY / NIGHT. DIMLY LIT TUBE STATION PLATFORM. GREG GRUNBERG enters from the left. Lining the wall of the train platform behind him are numerous posters, including one of Jennifer Garner, with the words "The Promise" -- resembling a movie poster. Greg Grunberg: Hi. If your child has a medical condition like epilepsy, you need to run as fast as you can to find the best help and the right answers." The station darkens, shifting focus onto a TV monitor featuring an expert panel interview. Greg Grunberg interviews Michael Smith, MD of Rush University Medical Center. Michael Smith: The first thing you say is, "There's always something else you can try."  The point is epilepsy is a very multi-faceted, difficult disease process, and there's many different ways of approaching the problem and there's always something else that you can try.  I think that most physicians, a lot of the epileptologists we all see each other's patients because at the end of the day the parent wants to be able to look themselves in the mirror and say, "I'm doing absolutely everything I can for my kid."  So if you have questions about it then you need to seek that out just for your own piece of mind and your own mental health. Greg Grunberg:And you do that at Rush.  I know that when Jake came in and every time I talked to you and I'm waiting for you to tell me the results of the test, you present to a room full of people. Michael:Exactly.  The more minds the better to try to understand a difficult problem. Greg:Okay.  What would you say to a parent or what do you say when a parent comes in and says, "My child has epilepsy and I'm scared"? Michael:I say it's normal to be scared.  One of the scariest things in the whole world is to watch your child have a seizure cause you think they're dying.  As I told you I went through the same thing when my oldest son was three years old.  It's a feeling you can't describe to anyone unless you've been there.  The important thing is that you understand the angst of the parents.  If you don't understand that angst then sometimes you can be put off by how they want their kid better, and I understand completely that you want your kid better cause I've been there and I've personally experienced that.  So what you tell the parent is, "We're gonna try everything we can within reason and we're gonna take one step at a time.  We're gonna gather more information and we're gonna make a plan." Greg:Okay.  Should parents and should anybody who's dealing with a seizure disorder, should they take notes?  Should they write things down?  What's the most important information that you can get from a patient when they come in?  What do you ask for? Michael:The first thing is what does the seizure look like?  One of the things that's hard to deal with is when your child is having a seizure first of all time expands.  You think it's been going on forever so you try to actually -- after the event you try to write down what happened because that can tell us a lot.  Does the head turn to the right or the left?  What hand goes up?  After the seizure is the person weak?  Is there anything precipitating it? Greg:Right.  What kind of triggers?  What happened before? Michael:Exactly. TV monitor darkens, and station brightens again, lighting upon Greg.   Greg: If you are the parent of a child who has  epilepsy, when those seizures are happening, watch carefully, take mental notes, write them down, because the information that you provide your doctor is invaluable."   The Poster in the background of the station steals focus by spotlight, and Jennifer Garner animates and speaks directly to us. Jennifer Garner:  If your child is still having seizures, don't settle. Greg exits stage left, to the ambience of a train approaching in the near distance. Jennifer Garner (b. 1972, Houston, TX, grew up in WV) Winner, 1999 Golden Globe Award, Best Actress, Sydney Bristow, ALIAS (2001-05) Jennifer in This Side of the Truth (2009) Elektra in Daredevil (2003) Nurse Sandra in Pearl Harbor (2001) Vanessa Loring in Juno (2007) Gray in Catch & Release (2006) Poster Talking Points: Find an Epilepsy Doctor (http://www.aesnet.org/go/find-a-dr/epilepsy-foundation) Epilepsy Foundation Parents Web site (http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/living/children/parents/index.cfm) Find your local Epilepsy Foundation (http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/aboutus/affiliatelookup.cfm) Dr. Drew Pinsky. Why Talk About Epilepsy? TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY. TRAIN STATION TERMINAL. Dr. Drew Pinsky walks into the foreground of the main terminal of a brightly lit and colorful train station, and speaks to us improvisationally: Dr. Drew Pinsky: Listen, seizures, epilepsy are common conditions, affect all kinds of people. Its not being possessed by the devil , its not that there is something wrong with the person. They are having a little electrical discharge in their cerebral cortex that generalizes, causes them to fall down,  we got meds for it. There's great treatments,  it doesn't mean anything about the person, but I urge you to talk about it, let them tell you what it feels like to have this condition, and how ridiculous people are about it, and how they feel about how other people treat them for having an electrical discharge in their brain. I'm Dr. Drew -- talk about it. Dr. Drew exits by the way he came in, leaving us with the ambience of a busy terminal. Dr. Drew Pinsky (b. 1958, Pasadena, CA) Co-Host, Loveline (1984-1995) Self, Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew (2008-09) MD University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine of USC Residency Internal Medicine, Huntington Memorial Hospital Board Certified, American Board of Internal Medicine Board Certified, American Society of Addiction Medicine Member of American College of Physicians Licensed Physician and Surgeon in the State of California since 1985 John Mayer. Lifestyles for the Epilepsy Sufferer. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY / NIGHT. DIMLY LIT SUBWAY STATION PLATFORM NEAR AN ESCALATOR. Singer-Songwriter JOHN MAYER enters from the left. JOHN MAYER: Epilepsy. Anyone can be diagnosed at any time of their lives. Young or old. Male or female. And if you or someone you know is told they have epilepsy, here's some of what you should know... The station darkens, moving focus to a TV monitor featuring an expert panel interview. Greg Grunberg interviews Dr. Joe Sirven, Mayo Clinic, Arizona. Dr. Joe Sirven:Well first of all the first thing I wanna tell people is that we're gonna be okay.  What we're gonna try to do is find a way that you can live your life but not have to worry about seizures so much.  As you said, quality of life is everything, and so what we will try to do is basically if I saw someone, if I saw your son, I'd be trying to tell everyone, "Let's take a deep breath and let's kind of go from here as we're gonna find a way to deliver some type of treatment that's not gonna create a lot of side effects but is gonna try to prevent your seizures so you can do whatever it is and seizures and epilepsy just becomes another thing that is in the background as opposed to the main thing." Greg:Is one drug the answer?  Should somebody feel after taking their first medication -- first of all, talk about that.  Talk about if a patient comes in.  What do you tell them in regards to, okay, you have a seizure disorder, here's the drug that I'm recommending.  What do you tell them? Sirven:Well I tell them first of all we live in an age where we have so many different medications available so we're gonna try one that I'm gonna be hopeful is gonna do the job, and for a big percentage of people it's probably gonna be enough to deal with that, but if one drug doesn't work we have about 18 different medications that we can choose from.  They have different side effects, they have different possibilities, they work by different mechanisms, so if we do not hope after that one drug we have options.  We have plenty of options, and if drugs don't work there's surgery, there is diet, there are new devices.  We live in a time that we have hope.  We have a lot of things that we can deliver.  So what I try to make sure that I tell people is at the end it's gonna be okay because we have so many of these things available to us. TV monitor darkens, and station brightens again, lighting upon John.   John Mayer:  Because it can happen to anyone, because you may know someone right now who has epilepsy, please learn more about it... and promise to talk about it ... John exits to the left, to the sound of a departing subway train. John Mayer (b. 1977, Bridgeport, CT) Grammy Award Winner, 2009: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Say" Grammy Award Winner, 2009: Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for "Gravity" Grammy Award Winner, 2003: Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Your Body Is a Wonderland" Talking Points Poster: Epilepsy Foundation; Epilepsy Advocate; Epilepsy Classroom. Kristen Bell. Telling Your Friends You Have Epilepsy. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. NIGHT. NEON-LIT SUBWAY STATION PLATFORM. Actress KRISTEN BELL enters from left, in front of a poster that reads "Hollywood Promises to Talk About It... You Will Too." Kristen: It's OK to feel nervous about telling your friends you have epilepsy. But the best way to deal with it? Talk about it together. The station darkens, moving focus to a TV monitor featuring an expert panel interview. Greg Grunberg interviews Novette Greene, RN of the Epilepsy Foundation of FL -- Palm West Medical Center, Miami, FL. Greg:   "If you're a teen and you're dealing with epilepsy you need to talk about it because...?" Novette Greene: If you're a teen watching this and you have epilepsy you really absolutely must talk about it and in doing that you're gonna open up a whole world of awareness.  People are gonna be more interested.  They're gonna want to talk to you about it.  They're gonna ask you questions 'cause this is something new that they've never heard before.  So talk to them about it and they're gonna get interested.  They're gonna go home and talk to their parents about it and say, "Hey, my friend John just told me he had seizures.  Have you ever heard about seizures or epilepsy?"  That generates conversations.  So just get involved and just keep talking about it. Greg:   Teens that are watching this, talk about it with your friends, but you don't have to talk about it all the time.  Talk about it so they understand but at the same time it doesn't have to define you.  You are who you are.  You're the great person that you are because of who you are, not because of epilepsy. Novette Greene: Absolutely.  You'd be surprised.  Once you tell your friends about it, they don't even think about it again but a good thing about it, it makes you feel good because, wow, my best friend knows so I feel safe hanging out with my friend cause if I have a seizure he knows what to do for me or she knows what to do for me. Greg: Exactly. TV monitor darkens, and station brightens again, lighting upon Kristen.   Kristen:  I'm Kristen Bell. Thank you for Talking About It! Kristen exits to the left, to the sound of an arriving subway train. Kristen Bell (b. 1980, Huntington Woods, MI) Elle Bishop on Heroes (2006-Present) Winner of 2006 Saturn Award for title role on Veronica Mars (2004-07) Title Role in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (2008) Hayden Panettiere. Empowering Others With Epilepsy. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. EXT. DAY. SUBWAY PLATFORM. Actress Hayden Panettiere enters from left. enters from left, in front of a poster that reads "Hollywood Promises to Talk About It... You Will Too." Hayden: You know, people with epilepsy may not say anything because they're afraid of how others will treat them. You can help change things by talking about it. The platform goes into shadow as the nearby TV Monitor fades in to a close up of Seattle Panel footage; Greg Grunberg interviews Blanca Vasquez, MD of NYU Medical Center. Greg: Why is it important to talk about epilepsy? Blanca Vazquez: It is so important because anyone can be affected with epilepsy.  It could be a child.  It could be an elderly parent.  It could be a young adolescent that gets into a car accident that gets an infection.  So epilepsy is something that's going to affect us, either at work, family, church, anywhere.  You will meet someone that is affected with epilepsy.  So, that's why we need to care. Greg: And we need to talk about it. Blanca: Yes. Greg: And the more you're empowered, the more you know about epilepsy, the less frightened you'll be when you see someone have a seizure or you'll know what to do, the right thing to do? Blanca: Absolutely. TV monitor darkens, and station platform brightens again, lighting upon Hayden.   Hayden: I'm Hayden Panettiere... Thanks for Talking About It. Hayden exits to the left, to the sound of an departing subway train and a throng of busy commuters. Hayden Panettiere (b. 1989, Palisades, NY) Claire Bennet on Heroes (2006-Present) Guest vocalist for Band From TV Jessica on Malcolm In The Middle (2003-05) Maddie Harrington on Ally McBeal (2000-01) Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Spaulding on Guiding Light (1996-2000) Sarah 'Flash' Roberts on One Life To Live (1994-97) Milo Ventimiglia Dealing With Intimidation. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. NIGHT. DARKENED PEDESTRIAN SUBWAY TUNNEL. Actor Milo Ventimiglia steps suddenly in the middle of a cavernous tube station underpass and speaks: Milo Ventimiglia: If you play sports, make sure to talk about it with your coach and teammates so they know what to do in case of a seizure. Each day 160,000 kids stay home from school because they are afraid of being bullied.  Bullies are not cool, they are not tough. If you have epilepsy and a bully is making fun of you, do NOT stay silent about it. You have more friends than you think. I'm one of those friends. Stand up for yourself. Talk about it. Milo, with a friendly nod, exits to the left, to the sound of distant footsteps. Milo Ventimiglia (b. 1977, Anaheim, CA) Peter Petrelli on Heroes (2006-Present) Robert Balboa in Rocky Balboa (2006) Jess Mariano on Gilmore Girls (2001-2006) Jake Provesserio on Boston Public (2003) Greg Grunberg. Donate to Epilepsy Research. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. NIGHT. KIOSK LEADING TO AN OUTDOOR SUBWAY PLATFORM. Actor Greg Grunberg enters the shot and points toward a donation sign, which reads: "Thank you so much for donating to TalkAboutIt.org's partner site, the Epilepsy Foundation. Your donation will help millions of people with epilepsy, and help us build programs and services toward fulfilling the Talk About It Promise." Greg Grunberg: There are more than 3 million people with epilepsy in the United States, including my son. The Epilepsy Foundation is my partner for "Talk About It.org.' The Foundation works every day to bring services and support to people with epilepsy throughout America. They help fund important new research, provide needed services and work with law makers to make sure the legislative agendas on the national and local levels are fair for people with seizure disorders. Please consider making a donation to the Epilepsy Foundation. Thank you. Greg Grunberg. Talk About It -- Top Sponsorship. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY. CORRIDOR ADJACENT TO DEPARTURES TERMINAL OF TRAIN STATION. Actor Greg Grunberg walks into the corridor to greet us, and speaks: Greg Grunberg: I'll tell you -- this web site would not be possible without the continuing commitment of organizations that have already proven their dedication to the epilepsy community in many significant ways. They have my personal gratitude and the thanks from the Epilepsy Foundation for helping us highlight the need for everyone to talk about it. Greg pauses to indicate the wall next to him, where a series of sponsor logos are shown: UCB- The Epilepsy Company, Ortho-McNeil Neurologics, and NBC. Greg Grunberg. Talk About It -- Additional Sponsorship. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY. CORRIDOR ADJACENT TO DEPARTURES TERMINAL OF TRAIN STATION. Actor Greg Grunberg walks into the corridor to greet us, and speaks: Greg Grunberg: "I am so very grateful to the companies and organizations that you see here. They have made an incredibly valuable commitment to the Talk About It Promise. Thank you guys! The platform darkens slightly as Greg pauses to indicate the wall next to him, where a series of additional sponsor logos are shown: The Morowski Foundation, GSK / Glaxo Smith Kline, EIF / Entertainment Industry Foundation, Band From TV, Upsher Smith. Greg Grunberg. Make The Talk About It Promise. TalkAboutIt.org was created by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC's HEROES) in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation, and unites Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public's false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy. INT. DAY. THE EXIT RAMP OF AN OUTDOOR TUBE STATION. Actor Greg Grunberg enters up an escalator, on his way out the exit ramp of the Talk About It network. He stops to address us. GREG GRUNBERG: I need you to join me, and all my friends that you see here on Talk About It. Together, we are going to end the stigma that has hurt people with epilepsy for thousands of years. Please, do me a favor, do yourself a favor, do the entire epilepsy community a favor, and promise -- to Talk About It!. The exit ramp goes into shadow as Greg indicates a form on the adjoining wall for us to fill out, and to join the Talk About It community.Epilepsy Advocate.com The Epilepsy Foundation eCommunities, a forum at The Epilepsy Foundation First Aid Info at Epilepsy Foundation.org Find A Doctor at AESNet.org The Promise About Epilepsy NoMoreSeizures.org ExpressionsOfCourage.com GO EYC - www.goeyc.org TalkAboutIt! at Causes.com -- Join This Cause On Facebook Epilepsy Answers at Epilepsy Classroom.com Donation Info UCB Ortho-McNeil Neurologics NBC.com Additional Talk About It Sponsors Band From TV.org GSK - Glaxo-Smith-Kline / Glaxo Smith Kline Upsher-Smith Sponsors EIF - The Entertainment Industry Foundation

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