Posted April 24, 2013

Here's an article worth sharing from The Week:  a look at the extensive costs of dementia…



A new study says the U.S. could be spending $511 billion on dementia by 2040

 By Keith Wagstaff | April 4, 2013

 Dementia costs the United States $109 billion in direct care, according to a new study published by the New England Journal of Medicine. To put that in perspective, caring for heart disease costs about $102 billion and cancer $77 billion.

 

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