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How Prepared Are European Health Care Systems to Deliver a Future Alzheimer's Treatment?

An Assessment of Health Care Infrastructure in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and The United Kingdom

Published Sep 30, 2018

by Jakub P. Hlavka, Soeren Mattke, Jodi L. Liu

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A therapy for early-stage Alzheimer's disease could be available by 2020, but millions of European patients might have to wait a year or more for initial appointments in the multistep process if health care system capacity is not increased.

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