G8 Dementia Summit: a Message to International Leaders (Alzheimer’s Society / Alzheimer’s Research UK / Alzheimer’s Disease International)

Summary

The Alzheimer’s Society and other international charities have written a letter to the Secretary of State for Health in advance of the G8 Dementia Summit on December 11th 2013 in London.

The letter calls for a collaborative global action plan on dementia research; which just happens to be the purpose of the G8 Dementia Summit.

Read more: G8 dementia summit a unique opportunity for international leaders. Alzheimer’s Society.

Reference

G8 dementia summit a unique opportunity for international leaders. London: Alzheimer’s Society, November 25th 2013.

 “The G8 Summit is not the end; it is the beginning. Research has transformed the lives of millions living with heart disease, stroke, HIV/Aids and cancer. Now is the time to make dementia a priority. Working together, Governments, the research community, non-profit organisations and industry need to make plans made at the summit a reality”.

Full Text Link

Reference

Letter to Secretary of State for Health on G8 dementia summit. London: Alzheimer’s Society / Alzheimer’s Research UK / Alzheimer’s Disease International, November 25th 2013.

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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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