Bettschart & Kofler Kommunikationsberatung GmbH
Bettschart & Kofler Kommunikationsberatung GmbH
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Dr. Birgit Kofler
Phone: +49-30-700 159 676
E-Mail: kofler@bkkommunikation.com
KEYWORDS:
  • Raad Shakir
  • health systems
  • neurological
  • brain disease
  • disease
  • stroke
  • medicine
  • neurology
  • WFN
  • WCN
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Bettschart & Kofler Kommunikationsberatung GmbH (75 releases)

"The latest figures from the 'Global, Regional and National Burden of Neurological Disorders Study' clearly show the vast impact of neurological diseases", says Prof Raad Shakir, President of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN). "Neurological disorders rank as the leading cause of DALYs (disability-adjusted life years) and the second leading cause of death among all groups of diseases". These figures were revealed at the recent XXIII World Congress of Neurology in Kyoto, Japan. The study was also published in "The Lancet Neurology". [more]

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