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Apr

02

Advancing Our Mission to Cure Epilepsy

With nearly 30 years of experience in epilepsy, UCB can and will unlock what's possible for the millions of people living with epilepsy, so their reality can be free from seizures and the other debilitating and unpredictable impacts of the disease. Hear from Mike Davis, Head of U.S. Neurology and Rare, share our plan to impact the underlying causes of the disease and to discover, develop, and deliver highly differentiated medicines that will transform and, ultimately, cure the disease, so that people living with epilepsy can live their ideal life, every day.

Apr

01

UCB Showcases Strength of Broad Neurology Portfolio at 74th American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Annual Meeting

Mar

28

FINTEPLA® (fenfluramine) Oral Solution Now FDA Approved for Treatment of Seizures Associated with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS)

Mar

07

UCB Completes Acquisition of Zogenix, Inc.

Jan

19

UCB to acquire Zogenix

Dec

02

Working Toward a More Equitable Future: Addressing Barriers in the Hispanic Epilepsy Community

To better understand the experiences of Hispanic people with epilepsy and to improve our collective effort to break down barriers to equitable health outcomes, UCB is working with patients and their families, as well as health equity experts. Learn more.

Nov

11

Mission-driven, Patient-focused: How Healthcare Gave Me a Second Chance to Serve

During my time in the Navy, I developed a strong sense of purpose, service and mission. After fulfilling my service obligation, I was eager to find another career that continued to allow me to do something larger than myself. I found at UCB, a company that makes medicines to help improve the lives of people living with epilepsy, a different type of service: service to patients.

Nov

08

Epilepsy & Caregiving: A Caregiver’s Perspective on the Role of Telehealth

UCB spoke with caregiver, Debbie, about her experience caring for her daughter living with epilepsy and its personal impact on her, as well as the important role of telehealth in epilepsy care. Her story speaks to the challenges many caregivers face when looking after their loved ones and the importance of prioritizing their own mental health. As one of UCB’s Epilepsy Advocates and as a patient advocate for the Epilepsy Foundation, Debbie supports others living with epilepsy and their families throughout their healthcare journey. In these roles, she helps many find access to the right mental health resources, which she says can be a “game changer” for both epilepsy patients and their loved ones.

Nov

03

Epilepsy & Mental Health: A Patient’s New Outlook on Life

UCB spoke with Tim, who has been living with epilepsy since 1979 while he was on active duty. His story focuses on the challenges that epilepsy brings but also shares how his new, positive outlook on life has changed the way he lives. As a member of UCB’s Epilepsy Advocate program, Tim helps to support other epilepsy patients and has been a resource for others during their journey with epilepsy.

Sep

01

UCB’s Commitment to Students Living with Epilepsy

Each year, UCB has the honor of awarding our UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship to deserving individuals living with epilepsy, their family members, and caregivers to help them fulfill their dreams. We realize that to truly make an impact on patients’ lives, we must go beyond developing and delivering medicines, and we are committed to helping patients and their families receive the financial support they need to live their best lives possible.