UK to host first G8 Dementia Summit

Posted in: News on August 19, 2013

It is predicted that there will be over 1 million people with dementia by the end of 2020, just in the UK. Following the governments programme, Challenge on Dementia, a high level summit is to be held on 11th December with health minister from G8 countries.As dementia is one of our Foundations important strands of work we will be interested to learn the outcomes from the summit.Read the full press release here


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