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Free public lecture: Curing, managing and living with dementia

. Join Professor Martin Rossor, National Director of Dementia research to discover whether a cure is possible and how we can support those living with the disorder.

Britain’s over 50s fear dementia more than cancer and the topic is rarely out of the news. But is a cure for any of the dementias possible? If not, or until treatments become available, how can we manage the symptoms and support those living with the disorder?
These crucial questions are the subject of cutting edge research and intense debate within the medical community. This free lecture at the Royal College of Physicians is a rare chance to hear the latest advances and thinking in the field from one of its most eminent experts. Professor Martin Rossor of the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery is the National Institute for Health Research’s National Director for Dementia Research.
Open to everyone, this fascinating evening is an opportunity to get behind the headlines to examine one of the greatest emerging health concerns.


Professor Martin Rossor | talks | www


Date and Time:

21 April 2016 at 6:00 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrew’s Place
Regent's Park
020 3075 1649
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Discover Medical London
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