Will There Be A Cure For Dementia in 20 Years?
Will there be a cure for dementia in 20 years?
A cure for dementia could be less than a decade away, according to experts in the brain-wasting disease. World-renowned neuroscientist, Professor Bart De Strooper, who works at University College London (UCL), has spoken out saying that an effective treatment could become available by 2028.
Bart De Strooper is a professor of molecular medicine at the University of Leuven and University College London. He is also director of the Dementia Research Institute of the UK. He leads research groups at the VIB Centre for Brain and Disease research in Leuven, Belgium, and at the Crick Institute in London.