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Davos Alzheimer's Collaborative (DAC) awarded $4.5 million for 12 projects aimed at early detection of cognitive symptoms due to Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The grants were awarded to researchers in eight countries: the United States, Brunei, Kenya, Germany, Japan, Canada, Cuba, and Armenia. The grants are an initiative of the DAC Healthcare System Preparedness Project, which aims to advance how health care systems worldwide detect, diagnose, treat, and care for people with or at risk for Alzheimer’s. DAC is leading an unprecedented global response to Alzheimer’s disease. Several grants will focus on expanding cognition screening and training for primary care providers.…
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