Dementia Set to Triple in Next 30 Years as Global Population Ages
The World Health Organization warns the number of people living with dementia globally will triple from 50 million to 152 million by 2050. WHO is launching a global monitoring system on dementia, which will track progress and identify areas of concern. The WHO reports dementia exacts a huge social and economic burden, one that will grow…
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