The U.S. mobilization for the fight against Alzheimer's disease

The U.S. government has announced a full mobilization of forces against Alzheimer's disease. The action plan aimed at combating Alzheimer's disease was published by the authorities of America. The program was developed in the country and was represented by Catlina Sibelius - Minister of health and social security of the USA, as reported by the journal Science.

The program aims to develop diagnostic and treatment methods for Alzheimer's disease, as well as to organize the proper care of such patients. And in addition, it is expected to allocate funds for the development of methods of prevention of dementia in the elderly (dementia).

Specifically about eight million dollars is allocated to research a new spray with insulin, used as a remedy for dementia elderly. Will be also allocated funds in the amount of 16 million dollars on testing these funds. Training of medical personnel in the methods for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease and proper care for them to be funded in the amount of 2 million

In addition to these articles, from the state budget USA 2013 will be allocated 100 million dollars in additional costs. The main part of these funds will be used to research and scientific work in this area. The guardianship will receive under this program is $ 10.5 million, and informational programs for the public and education for health workers will receive four million dollars.

It is expected that by 2050 the number of patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease will triple, reaching figures 16 million people. So then attended to the Obama administration this problem and adopted a plan to fight Alzheimer's disease in early 2012.

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