David Cameron has called for real action by drug companies to tackle what he called one of the greatest enemies of humanity - dementia. The Prime Minister pointed to a market failure, with the launch of only three dementia drugs in 15 years.
ITV News Health Editor, Catherine Jones heard why the lack of new drugs is so distressing:
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