Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘United Against Dementia’ Video

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This video from the U.K.’s Alzheimer’s Society shows that dementia doesn’t discriminate when it comes to race, religion, class, social preferences, or taste. It asks that the public join together to unite against dementia.

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As the population ages, dementia is set to become the biggest killer in the United Kingdom. The charity is urging the country to come together to help raise awareness and funds so researchers can find better treatments, diagnosis tests and ultimately a cure to eliminate dementia forever.

The charity is asking that the public either donate or campaign on behalf of dementia patients. They also recommend becoming a dementia friend and learning more about the disease and ways to help those who suffer from it.

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