PARLIAMENT HILL —Today, roughly 564,000 Canadians will struggle with dementia. This will not only present a frustrating and frightening challenge to them, but to their loved ones as well. In less than 15 years, that number is expected to increase to nearly one million. It is estimated that by this time, the total direct and indirect costs associated with dementia will be $16.6-billion a year
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