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In 2013, leaders of the G7 nations agreed the goal of finding a cure or disease-modifying therapy for dementia by 2025. This ambitious commitment has the hallmarks of a ‘moonshot’: being thought almost impossible to achieve and requiring a radical shake-up of the global research landscape in terms of funding, political intent, regulation and co-ordination. Since then, we’ve seen all completed phase III trials of promising Alzheimer’s drugs fail, highlighting the scale of the tremendous challenge that lies ahead.

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Source: James Pickett, Head of Research at Alzheimer’s Society

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