Alzheimers is one form of dementia. And it affects over 5.4 million Americans every year, yet the federal government’s research dollars don’t reflect its prevalence. Nor does spending line up with care costs compared to other diseases as this graphic illustrates…
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How Does Alzheimers Research Spending Compare?