There are few Americans who do not have a family member, friend, neighbor, or colleague
living with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. The members of this committee represent a broad range of academic expertise related to dementia, but many of us have also been touched by the disease in our own lives. We have seen first-hand its complexities and challenges.
There is no cure today for any of the dementias, and it is unclear when truly disease modifying
treatments will arrive. Even if medications soon emerge that can slow or prevent
dementia, they are unlikely to provide relief for the nearly 6 million Americans who have dementia today or whose brains have sufficiently changed that symptoms will likely follow in the next few years.

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