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    Hi all,

    We’re sorry to say that due to the vendetta of one of Wikipedia’s own editors, namely James Heilman, we have had all of our edits to the febrile seizures page removed. Accordingly, the page on wikipedia is now factually incorrect.

    Just to be clear, and for the record, the Febrile Seizures Organisation UK categorically refutes the information on the page –

    So please DO NOT USE wikipedia as a source of reference on febrile seizures.

    If you (like us) have an issue with this then you can contact James on [email protected] or mark your objection on the ‘talk’ page here –

    Here at we will continue to strive to provide accurate information on this most serious of conditions.




    Hi, could you be more specific about which parts of the Wikipedia entries are now inaccurate? Thank you



    Wow, this page is very poorly written with inaccurate information / statistics.



    Yes, it’s embarrassing at best, and dangerous at worst!

    If you have a look at the versions we tried to get accepted (and were all undone by James) you’ll see how we tried to clean it up.


    In any case, do contact James directly on the email provided ( [email protected] ) to voice your concerns because he is deaf to any reason from us.


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