Inequities in suicide prevention in Brazil.

  title={Inequities in suicide prevention in Brazil.},
  author={Jos{\'e} Manoel Bertolote and Neury Jos{\'e} Botega and Diego de Leo},
  volume={378 9797},
} Vol 378 September 24, 2011 1137 It knows no geographic, social, or racial boundaries, occurring in men and women and aff ecting people of all ages. People with epilepsy are more likely to die prematurely than are those without epilepsy, and the most common epilepsy-related cause is sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). Risk factors include refractory epilepsy, generalised tonicclonic seizures, polytherapy, duration of seizure disorder, early onset of epilepsy, and young… CONTINUE READING
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