Dementia prevention, intervention, and care.

  title={Dementia prevention, intervention, and care.},
  author={Gill Livingston and Andrew Sommerlad and Vasiliki Orgeta and Sergi G. Costafreda and J Huntley and David J Ames and Clive G Ballard and Sube Banerjee and Alistair S. Burns and Jiska Cohen-Mansfield and Claudia Cooper and Nick C. Fox and Laura N Gitlin and Robert Howard and Helen C. Kales and Eric B. Larson and Karen Ritchie and Kenneth Rockwood and E L Sampson and Quincy M. Samus and L. S. Schneider and Geir Selb{\ae}k and Linda Teri and Naaheed Mukadam},
  volume={390 10113},
Executive summary Acting now on dementia prevention, intervention, and care will vastly improve living and dying for individuals with dementia and their families, and in doing so, will transform the future for society. Dementia is the greatest global challenge for health and social care in the 21st century. It occurs mainly in people older than 65 years, so increases in numbers and costs are driven, worldwide, by increased longevity resulting from the welcome reduction in people dying… CONTINUE READING
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