"We believe that making the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease a simple act is not only a technological innovation, but also a humanistic and committed purpose. We believe that offering everyone the possibility of being diagnosed faster and more smoothly, all over the country, enables patients and their families to regain control over the disease. It is known that an early diagnosis makes it possible to act quickly against the disease."
"Today, the majority of patients are diagnosed at an advanced stage of the disease. Patients are too often hidden, ashamed, and isolated. The earlier the patients are diagnosed, the more pressure will be put on Research to find a treatment. It is not possible yet to treat Alzheimer's disease, but we do know that it is a disease one can live with, and we will always be on the side of life and hope."
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 887507.