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This atlas is one of the most comprehensive compilations of available resources for epilepsy ever attempted, providing an illustrative presentation of information on the current status of epilepsy services and care available from 160 countries covering 97.5% of the world population.The data confirm what professionals in the field of epilepsy have known for a long time - that epilepsy care is grossly inadequate compared with the needs in most countries. When it comes to epilepsy care, most countries are developing countries .
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The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health.