Antiepileptic treatments in developing countries.

Résumé : Epilepsy affects about 70 million people worldwide, nearly 90% of whom live in developing countries. Epilepsy is surrounded by myths and stigma in these countries. Discrimination and social stigmatization are difficult obstacles for patients to overcome. Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards epilepsy are often inadequate, even sometimes totally false and then dangerous.
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Current Pharmaceutical Design, Bentham Science Publishers, 2017, 23
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Jérémy Jost, Athanase Millogo, Pierre-Marie Preux. Antiepileptic treatments in developing countries.. Current Pharmaceutical Design, Bentham Science Publishers, 2017, 23. 〈hal-01586101〉

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