The future of dementia Free

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Professor June Andrews discusses the number of people that dementia will affect, and describes what will be considered a cure for dementia in the future.

This lecture was filmed at 'The future of medicine - the role of doctors in 2025' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 19th May 2016

Length: 00:23:11

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00:07:40 - Challenges
00:15:51 - Who will provide care in future?
00:23:07 - Conclusion
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