Pharmaceutical Companies Back U.K. Dementia Discovery Fund To Research Diagnoses, Treatments

Financial Times: Pharma groups join U.K. in $100m dementia fund
“A $100m dementia research fund has been launched with backing from the British government and several of the world’s biggest pharmaceuticals groups to hunt for new ways to diagnose and treat the disease. The Dementia Discovery Fund is one of the most concrete steps to come out of efforts by David Cameron, U.K. prime minister, to lead what he has described as a ‘global fightback’ against Alzheimer’s disease and similar conditions…” (Ward, 10/21).

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