Tag Archives: Dementia Prevalence Projections: HIC Countries (High Income Countries)

Women and Dementia (Alzheimer’s Disease International / GADAA)

Summary This year’s Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) World Alzheimer Report is a thorough international review of the disproportionate impact of dementia on women. It examines three aspects of the differential effect of gender on: Women living with dementia. Women caring … Continue reading

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Global Impact of Dementia 2013-2050: Briefing for Heads of Government (BBC News / ADI)

Summary Alzheimers Disease International (ADI) has used models to predict that the number of people living with dementia worldwide could treble by 2050. 44 million people are estimated to be living with the disease currently, but the figure could increase to 135 million … Continue reading

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