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[英伦广角] 2013-05-18 提高痴呆症确诊率成社保首要目标

本帖最后由 qingchengshan 于 2013-5-17 09:29 编辑

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Dementia: 'Britain And The World Must Do More'


The Health Secretary announces a new drive to improve diagnosis rates and ensure more sufferers get the support they need.

 

 

大幅提高痴呆症确诊率成为英国未来两年社会保障的首要目标,与痴呆症抗衡也是首相卡梅伦为下次竞选备战的有力武器。英国卫生部长杰里米·亨特称现在痴呆症的确诊率低于50%,仍有35万有相关症状的人尚未确诊,而卡梅伦政府的目标是2015年确诊率达到三分之二,并帮助所有领取养老金者实现此疾病的医疗救助。

据世界卫生组织统计,目前全球以阿尔兹海默症患者为主的痴呆症患者总数约3560万,并以每年770万的速度增长。在中国,65岁以上的老年人发病率为5%,而每5个80岁以上的老人中,就有一个患者



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[Homework]2013-05-18 提高痴呆症确诊率成社保首要目标

Jamy Anderson knows how destructive dementia can be.For ten years,he watched his dad Jerry slowly lose his battle with it.A once brilliant mind which created TV show Fanda Birds devastated by Alzeimers.
The first point we became really really aware of it was when he started having real difficulty driving back from Primal Studio.He worked at Primal Studio for decades and he knew the route like the back of his hand.And suddenly he was starting to have to use the satnav all the time to get there.And then the final point,the tipping point came where he took six hours to make the trip from Primal to home and that would normally take 40 minutes.
As David Cameron continues his tour of the U.S.,he is expected to pledge more money to improve dementia detection rates.He would also use the GA presidency to boost global research.The hope is to cut the number of undiagnosed sufferers,a move been welcomed by compaigners.
This is about a long term solution to find the cure.We spend 1/8 the amount of the money dementia research as we do on cancer research.So we need more scientists but that takes time.
Under the new plan by 2015,66 million pounds will be spent on dementia research every year.The aim is to nearly double diagnosis rate from 37% to 67%.It's hoped it will mean more support for the UK's 800,000 sufferers and their families.
Alzheimers doesn't just affect the patient,it affects the patient's nearest and dearest and people further away from them.And the requirement for support spreads out a lot further than you think and it's a lot more intense than you think it is too.
Fighting dementia is a memous task but those affected if we could detect it sooner,thousands more patients will get the treatment that they need.

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[Homework]2013-05-18 提高痴呆症确诊率成社保首要目标

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Jaimy Anderson knows how destructive dementia can be, for 10 years he watched his dad Jerry slowly lose his battle with it, a once brilliant mind which created TV show Founder Birds devastated by Alzheimers.
The first point where we became really really aware of it was when he started having real difficulty driving back from P studios, he worked at P studios for decades, and knew the route like the back of his hand, and suddenly he was dired to have to use the satellite all the time to get there, and then the final point where the tipping point came where he took 6 hours to make the trip from P to home, and that would normally take 40 minutes.
As David Cameron continues his tour of the US, he is expected to pledge more money to improve dementia detection rates, he also used the G8 presidency to boost global research, the hope is to cut the number of undiagnosed sufferers, a move being welcomed by campaigners.
This is about the long term solution to find a cure, we spend 1/8 the amount of money on dementia research as we do on cancer research, so we need more scientists, but that takes time.
Under the new plan, by 2015 66 million pounds will be spent on dementia research every year, the aim is to nearly double diagnosis rates from 37% to 67%, it's hoped it will mean more support for the UK's 800,000 sufferers and their families.
Alzheimers doesn't just affect the patient, it affects the patient's nearest and dearest and people further away from them, the requirement for support spreads out a lot further than you think, and it's a lot more intense than you think it is to.
Fighting dementia is a mammoth task, but those affected hope if we can detect it sooner, thousands more patients will get the treatment that they need.

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[Homework]2013-05-18 提高痴呆症确诊率成社保首要目标

本帖最后由 linus.hsu 于 2013-5-18 12:51 编辑

Jimmy Anderson knows how distructive dementia can be. For ten years, he watches he diagly slowly lose his battle with it. A once brilliant mind which created TV show FoundBirds devastated by Alzhermers'.
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As ** continues his tour of the US, he expects to pledge more money to improve dementia detection rates, also use the GI presidency to boost global research. The hope is to cut the number of undiagnosed suffers and move being welcomeed by complainers.
This is about long time solution to find a cure. We spend one eighth amount the money on dementia research as we do on cancer research. So we need more scientists ? time.
Under the plan, by 2015, 66 million pounds will be spent on dementia research every year. The aim is to nearly double diagnosis rate from 37% to 67%. It's hoped it will meet more support from the UK's 800,000 suffers and their families.
Alzheimers' doesn't just affect patients, it affects the patients' nearst dianiet and people further away from them. The require for support spreads out a lot further than you think. And it's a lot more intense than you think it too.
Fighting dementia is a mama's task, but those affected hope if we detect it sooner, thousands more patients will get the treatment that they need.

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[Homework]2013-05-18 提高痴呆症确诊率成社保首要目标

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Jimi Anderson knows how destructive dementia can be. For ten years, he watched his dad Jerry, slowly lose his battle with it. A once brilliant which created TV show, Found Birds, devastated by Alzheimer.
--The first point we became really really aware of it was when he started having difficulty driving back from P&&& studios. He was in P&&& studios for decades, and he knew the route like the back of his hand. And suddenly he was starting to have to use satnav all the time to get there. And the final point, the tipping point came when he took 6 hours to make a trip from P&& to home, and it normally takes 40 minutes.
As David Cameron continues his tour of the US, he's expected to pledge more money to improve dementia detection rates. He also the G8 presidency to boost global research, the hope is to cut the number of undiagnosed suffers and move being welcome by campaigners.
--This is about a long term solution to find a cure. We spend one eighth the amount of money on dementia research as we do on, say, cancer research. So we need more scientists, but that takes time.
Under the new plan by 2015, 66 million pounds will be spent on dementia research every year. The aim is to nearly double diagnose rates from 37 percent to 67 percent. It's hoped it will mean more support for the UK's 800,000 suffers and their families.
--Alzheimer's doesn't just affect the patients; it affects the patients' nearest and dearest and people further away from them. The requirement for support spreads out a lot further than you think, and it's a lot more intense than you think it is, too.
Fighting dementia is a mammoth task. But those effected hope, if we can detect it sooner, thousands more patients will get the treatments that they need.
Robins, Sky News.


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Jimi Anderson knows how destructive dementia can be. For ten years, he watched his dad Jerry, slowly lose his battle with it. A once brilliant mind which created TV show, thunder Birds, devastated by Alzheimer.
--The first point we became really really aware of it was when he started having real difficulty driving back from P&&& studios. He worked for  P&&& studios for decades, and he knew the route like the back of his hand. And suddenly he was starting to have to use satnav all the time to get there. And the final point, the tipping point came where he took 6 hours to make the trip from P&& to home, and it normally takes 40 minutes.
As David Cameron continues his tour of the US, he's expected to pledge more money to improve dementia detection rates. He'll also use the G8 presidency to boost global research, the hope is to cut the number of undiagnosed suffers,an  move being welcome by campaigners.
--This is about a long term solution to find a cure. We spend one eighth the amount of money on dementia research as we do on, say, cancer research. So we need more scientists, but that takes time.
Under the new plan by 2015, 66 million pounds will be spent on dementia research every year. The aim is to nearly double diagnose rates from 37 percent to 67 percent. It's hoped it will mean more support for the UK's 800,000 suffers and their families.
--Alzheimer's doesn't just affect the patients; it affects the patients' nearest and dearest and people further away from them. The requirement for support spreads out a lot further than you think, and it's a lot more intense than you think it is, too.
Fighting dementia is a mammoth task. But those affected hope, if we can detect it sooner, thousands more patients will get the treatments that they need.
Robins, Sky News.
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[Homework]2013-05-18 提高痴呆症确诊率成社保首要目标
Jamy Anderson knows how destructive dementia can be.For ten years,he watched his dad Jerry slowly lose his battle with it.A once brilliant mind which created TV show Fanda Birds devastated by Alzeimers.
The first point we became really really aware of it was when he started having real difficulty driving back from Primal Studio.He worked at Primal Studio for decades and he knew the route like the back of his hand.And suddenly he was starting to have to use the satellite all the time to get there.And then the final point,the tipping point came where he took six hours to make the trip from Primal to home and that would normally take 40 minutes.
As David Cameron continues his tour of the U.S.,he is expected to pledge more money to improve dementia detection rates.He would also use the GA presidency to boost global research.The hope is to cut the number of undiagnosed sufferers,a move been welcomed by compaigners.
This is about a long term solution to find the cure.We spend 1/8 the amount of the money dementia research as we do on cancer research.So we need more scientists but that takes time.
Under the new plan by 2015,66 million pounds will be spent on dementia research every year.The aim is to nearly double diagnosis rate from 37% to 67%.It's hoped it will mean more support for the UK's 800,000 sufferers and their families.
Alzheimers doesn't just affect the patient,it affects the patient's nearest and dearest and people further away from them.And the requirement for support spreads out a lot further than you think and it's a lot more intense than you think it is too.
Fighting dementia is a mammoth task but those affected if we could detect it sooner,thousands more patients will get the treatment that they need.
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