Max Clifford named vice-president of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy

Max Clifford has become a vice-president of national epilepsy charity The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE).

Appointed by NCYPE: Max Clifford
Appointed by NCYPE: Max Clifford

Clifford developed epilepsy at the age of 46 as a result of early life brain scarring. He was banned from driving for 12 months as a result.

Clifford said: ‘As someone who has suffered from epilepsy, I am happy to try to help the 60,000 young people with the condition throughout the UK.’

NCYPE chief executive David Ford added: ‘It’s an exciting time for Max to join us, as we are ramping up our Better Futures Campaign to tackle the "triple whammy" faced by young people with epilepsy – the condition itself, poor health and educational support and the stigma still – wrongly – attached to epilepsy.’

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