University of California at Davis Lands a $14.7 Million Grant to Study Dementia Among Latinos

University of California at Davis Lands a $14.7 Million Grant to Study Dementia Among Latinos
The National Institutes of Health has awarded the University of California at Davis a multiyear grant of nearly $14.7 million to pinpoint the reasons why Latinos have higher rates of dementia than other American ethnic groups. Nine other universities will take part in the UC Davis-led study. Researchers will examine conditions that can be precursors

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