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ADI Honorary Vice President appointed to World Dementia Council

18 July 2014 - Dr Daisy Acosta, Honorary Vice President and former Chair of Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) has been appointed to the World Dementia Council. The council aims to stimulate innovation in treatments and care for people with dementia. [read more]

Research suggests dementia prevalance may be declining in high income countries

16 July 2014 - New research presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) in Copenhagen has suggested that age-specific incidence rates of dementia may be in decline in higher income countries. [read more]

ADI attends United Nations NCDs Meeting

10 July 2014 - The United Nations will meet this week in New York to review the results of their pledges to tackle Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs). ADI will attend these meetings and aim to make dementia a priority, putting the spotlight on a disease whose global prevalence is set to treble by 2050. [read more]

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