Amanda Momberg of Cedarburg, Wis., was 8 years old when she fell to the kitchen floor and experienced her first epileptic seizure.
"I would shake on one side and I couldn't talk," she said. "But I would hear people talking to me."
For most of her life, she took medication to control the seizures. But in December 2008, at age 16, the medications stopped working. Amanda suddenly started having 60 to 100 seizures a day.
"It was awful," said Amanda's mother, Kathy Momberg. "I was not in...Full Story