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Government Decree: On the diseases regarded as severe and chronic on medical grounds, and the medicinal costs for which a 72 or 100 per cent reimbursement is made under chapter 5, section 5(2) of the Health Insurance Act (198/2009)

Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Finland 31 December 2009 Legislation/regulation health insurance, insurance, political rights

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A 100% reimbursement of the medicinal products that have either a replacement or remedial effect and which are indispensable for the treatment of the following diseases regarded as severe and chronic on medical grounds:

Among others: Epilepsy and comparable convulsive disorders

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