Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment Center: Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease Statistics and it’s impact

An estimated 6.7 MILLION Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s Disease.

Between 2000-2019 the number of dealths from stroke, heart disease and HIV decreased where deaths from AD increased more than 145%.

Racial and ethnic groups are more likely to develop AD. Black/African American 2-3x more likely. Hispanic/ Latin Americans 1.5 x more likely.

By 2040 50% of patients living with AD in the US will be Black/African Americans or Hispanic/Latin Americans.

11% of people over 65, or 1 in 9 have Alzheimer’s Disease. AD is the 5th leading cause of death among people age 65 and older.

More than 10 million people are diagnosed with AD each year, meaning every 3.2 seconds someone is diagnosed.

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