needs to be evaluated and refined through an iterative process to meet good-practice guidelines and the varying needs of each community. International efforts will be needed to catalyze the actions required to reduce the impact of brain disorders now and those required to develop improved options for the future. Through such efforts, affordable reductions in the level of suffering from brain disorders can be achieved in the developing world.
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