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Some Major American Problems

Unpaid Alzheimer’s care provided by women for almost 75% of the American cases has resulted in a cost equivalent to multiple billions of US dollars across billions of man-hours.These caregivers are giving out and becoming ill.

If the percentage and numbers of patients continues to increase, the US may not be able to provide care for an estimated 16,000,000 patients in the year 2050. We need more paid careers in caregiving.

Additional research and early intervention must receive more focus, but new findings come in every day:

Alzheimer’s Disease, Gender Differences and the Fear Of Inadequate Healthcare.


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