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Bill Gates Is Giving $50 Million To Fight Alzheimer’s Disease

The number of Americans with the disease is expected to triple by 2050. The philanthropic billionaire hopes to kickstart a cure. Bill Gates just put up $50 million of his own money to battle a looming economic and medical crisis: Alzheimer’s disease. Because people around the world are living longer, Gates says, many more people will inevitably fall victim neurodegenerative diseases, and the time to act is now.
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