The cost of dementia in 2015 were estimated at 1.1% of global domestic product. This is equivalent to $818 billion, which is a cost that is expected to have risen to $2 trillion in 2030. A cost that could undermine social and economic development globally and overwhelm health and social services if nothing is done to slow down this trend of people affected by dementia.
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