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If you eat a purple cupcake, there's a chance you can save a life. Since 2008, when Purple Day was created by eight-year-old Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia, Canada, on March 26th, people the world over wear lavender in support of those battling the realities and consequences of epilepsy.
"My son Jake was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was 7 (he is 16 now). It was a very scary time. Like so many people, my family felt alone and stigmatized -- we really didn't know what to say or who to say it to."