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Currently, there are 44 million people suffering from dementia globally. That number is up 22% over the past three years when there were 35.6 million people suffering from the disease. The report estimates that by 2050 over 135 million people worldwide will have dementia, tripling the amount of people who have it now.
Over the next decade, cases of Alzheimer’s are projected to increase by 40 percent, barring a medical breakthrough. the number of people living with dementia will triple by 2050.
Here are seven things you can do to stop Alzheimer's by 2025.
Read more: http://www.alzheimers.net/2013-12-11/alzheimers-global-epidemic-by-2050/