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The Atlas of MS is the most comprehensive worldwide study of the epidemiology of MS and the global availability and accessibility of resources for people with MS. The data shows that the number of people with MS across the globe has increased from 2.3 million in 2013 to 2.8 million in 2020. Part 2 highlights the wide disparities and barriers that exist globally in accessing diagnosis, disease modifying therapies and care services. It also looks at healthcare provision, such as the number of healthcare professionals, and the use of national guidelines or standards in relation to MS.
The information in the Atlas of MS can be a powerful advocacy tool, shining a spotlight on MS and raising awareness of the lack of adequate resources available to diagnose, inform, treat, rehabilitate and support people with MS worldwide.
Explore the tools we have created to help you use the Atlas of MS findings in your work. These are all available in English, Spanish and Arabic.
Find out more about the Atlas of MS clinical management data on the Atlas of MS website.
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