Up to 70% of epilepsy patients can lead a normal life with access to adequate treatment


According to the Worls Health organization (WHO), recent studies an low- and middle-income countries reveal that up to 70% of children and adults diagnossed with epilepsy could have their attacks completelly controlled trough access to anti-epilepsy drugs. The challenge in these countries is getting three-quartes of these patients who currienty do not receive proper to gain access to it as soon as possible.

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