Why Every Minute Counts
The National Institutes of Health spends over $6 billion a year on cancer research, over $4 billion on heart disease research and over $3 billion on HIV/AIDS research. By comparison, only $480 million is spent on Alzheimer’s research. And since 2000, deaths from Alzheimer’s have increased 89 percent. INSIGHTS explores why every minute counts in finding a cure for Alzheimer’s – and how without one.
Aired: 06/13/17Video has closed captioning.