A disease is considered rare when it has a prevalence in the general population below a given threshold, i.e., when few people are affected. The European Union defines this threshold to 0.05% of the population, i.e. 1:2000 inhabitants, and Italy adheres to this definition. The definition “rare”, however, rather than to simply stigmatize the epidemiology of… (More)
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