There are around 850,000 Brits living with dementia, as well as 5.7 million Americans and 342,000 Australians.
Asians and Native Americans were relatively less likely to have or at least be given an Alzheimer's diagnosis, with respective rates of 8.4 and 9.1 percent of the populations being struck. In the United States, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease, the sixth-leading cause of death in America and the only disease among the top ten causes that can not be cured, prevented or even slowed.
It projects the burden of Alzheimer's disease will grow to almost 14 million people, or roughly 3 percent of the population in 2060.
Non-Hispanic whites have the highest number of cases because of the size of the population, but Hispanics are facing the highest projected increase.
CDC Director Robert R. Redfield, M.D said that the study portrays that as the USA population grows the number of people impacted by Alzheimer's disease and associated dementias will also grow particularly amongst splinter groups.
There's more on Alzheimer's disease at the Alzheimer's Association.
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More than 200 clinical studies on Alzheimer's are recruiting participants in the US right now, the Banner Institute said.
By 2060, the CDC researchers estimated that 3.2 million Hispanics and 2.2 million black Americans will be afflicted with Alzheimer's or a related dementia.
The CDC team used Census and Medicare data to make the projections. There are about 200000 Americans under the age of 65 who are suffering from disease.
Alzheimer's disease progresses to dementia, which is a degeneration of the brain and worsens over time, eventually proving fatal. The number of people who develop dementia chillingly increases every three seconds. Join the World Alzheimer's Month campaign by using the hashtags #WorldAlzMonth and #Every3seconds and visiting https://www.worldalzmonth.org/ to get involved.
"If you count how many people have the pathology in the brain that says they're on their way, that goes up to closer to 20 million", Dr. Rudolph Tanzi, a neurologist and Alzheimer's specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, told NBC News in a Facebook Live conversation Friday.
"It is important for people who think their daily lives are impacted by memory loss to discuss these concerns with a health care provider", said Kevin Matthews, a CDC health geographer who led the study team.