Epilepsy Care in Low-Income Communities: Erasing Stigma, Saving Lives

Three quarters of people living with epilepsy in low-income countries do not receive the treatment they need, according to a 2019 report from the World Health Organization. The lack of access to diagnosis and treatment increases the risk of dying prematurely and results in many individuals experiencing a life of stigma and pain.

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