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Prevalence of diagnosed autoimmune conditions in selected countries 2018

Prevalence of diagnosed autoimmune conditions in selected countries as of 2018

Prevalence of diagnosed autoimmune conditions in selected countries 2018 This statistic depicts the percentage of the adult population that had been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition as of 2018, in selected countries. As of this time, some five percent of the adult population in Russia had been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition. An autoimmune disorder causes an individual's immune system to mistakenly attack and destroy healthy body tissue. Common autoimmune disorders include type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, inflammatory bowl disease and Graves disease. Autoimmune conditions are more common among women than men, with women accounting for 58 percent of all diagnosed autoimmune conditions in the U.S. and 68 percent of such conditions in Brazil.
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Prevalence of diagnosed autoimmune conditions in selected countries as of 2018

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This statistic depicts the percentage of the adult population that had been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition as of 2018, in selected countries. As of this time, some five percent of the adult population in Russia had been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition. An autoimmune disorder causes an individual's immune system to mistakenly attack and destroy healthy body tissue. Common autoimmune disorders include type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, inflammatory bowl disease and Graves disease. Autoimmune conditions are more common among women than men, with women accounting for 58 percent of all diagnosed autoimmune conditions in the U.S. and 68 percent of such conditions in Brazil.
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