Neurology and migrants: What we know, what we learned by neurosciences, what we can do?

      One of the emergencies in many part of the world in these years is people migration from poor countries to the most developed regions, either following a better working and life opportunities or escaping from wars and other contrary political adversities. Mediterranean see is mainly involved in this migration phenomenon, with many deaths and thousands of persons pressing to enter to Europe through the Balcan or Italian Mediterranean routes. Similar conditions, but less severe, are in United Stated from the south areas, or in Asia.
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