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Alzheimer’s deaths in aging Germany more than doubled since 2000

By DW
21 September 2022   |   9:37 am
Ahead of World Alzheimer's Day, the German government's statistics office released figures showing that hospitalizations and deaths had more than doubled in the past two decades as the country ages.

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