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‘Path to 2025’ Alzheimer’s Disease Summit: Reforms Urgently Needed to Streamline Road to Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment as Global Prevalence is Set to Triple
Date:11/6/2013

$4 billion and reduce significantly the overall timeline to develop and introduce a successful Alzheimer’s treatment, bringing both more in line with the industry average. The recommended reforms would also lead to increased private investment in Alzheimer’s drug development.

Speeding the availability of an Alzheimer’s drug that can slow or stop the disease by 2025 could have tremendous benefit for patients and health systems. By creating conditions favorable to Alzheimer’s drug development through targeted recommendations, 7 million case-years of dementia could be averted and upwards of $100 billion in healthcare expenditures could be saved over a 15-year period in the United States alone, according to the Academy-commissioned report.

‘The Path to 2025’ Summit Convenes Global Alzheimer’s Leaders to Address Research Bottlenecks

“The Path to 2025” Summit of November 6–7, 2013, begins a new biannual meeting intended to identify the actions needed to achieve the goal of preventing and effectively treating Alzheimer’s disease by 2025, including the identification of additional public and private resources; the execution of field-wide priorities dedicated to Alzheimer’s research and development; and adoption of the reforms recommended in the RTI report. This Summit is intended to alternate with the biannual Alzheimer’s Disease Summits convened by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. “The Path to 2025” is a project of the New York Academy of Sciences, the Global CEO Initiative on Alzheimer’s Disease, and the National Institute on Aging/NIH. The Academy, working through its Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Initiative, has prioritized Alzheimer’s disease because of the inherent societal and economic challenges, and the opportunity to advance science and deliver transformative solutions for those with and at risk for Alzheimer’s disease.

Presentations and discussions at “The Path to 2025” focus on ways for public and private sector organiz
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