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Most of the children in the nodding syndrome ward at the Atanga Health Center in Pader district in Uganda are severe cases, who first showed symptoms as early as 2002, or children who have been neglected by their parents. Staffers here treat these patients with a generic anti-convulsant drug called sodium valproate. They also provide the children and their caretakers with food. Matthew Kielty for NPR hide caption

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