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Epilepsy Freedom Walk - Griffith Park

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The annual Epilepsy Freedom Walk took place this morning in Griffith Park with honorary chairman Greg Grunberg of "Heroes" fame leading the crowd of supporters. We have previously highlighted this event here on LAist. To find out how you can help the work of the Epilopsy Foundation, visit The Epilepsy Foundation. Photos after the jump...

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Greg along with the crowd of supporters.

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Greg holds a sign supporting his son Jake - Jake Grunberg leads the team The Crazy Brainwaves in the annual Epilepsy Freedom Walk.

Photos by Kevin Cheng for LAist.