‘It’s like reality fades away almost… I really want to go a year without a seizure’

GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘It’s like reality fades away almost… I really want to go a year without a seizure’” – below is their description.

‘It’s like reality fades away almost… I really want to go a year without a seizure’

GB News’ Yorkshire and Humber reporter Anna Riley talks to Theo Wilson about his experience with epilepsy and the backlog in the NHS.

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