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Plan « Alzheimer et maladies apparentées » 2008-2012 (Plan "Alzheimer and related diseases" 2008-2012)

Government of France Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia France 1 February 2008 Policy document

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The President of the Republic has decided to launch an Alzheimer's Plan to better understand, better diagnose and better manage the disease. The Plan covers a period of five years (2008-2012).

44 measures are divided into three themes that need to learn from each other to best meet the needs of the person.

Le Président de la République a décidé de lancer un Plan Alzheimer afin de mieux connaître, mieux diagnostiquer et mieux prendre en charge la maladie. Le Plan s’étend sur une durée de cinq ans (2008-2012).

44 mesures sont réparties en trois axes qui doivent s’enrichir mutuellement pour satisfaire au mieux les besoins de la personne malade.


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