Disaster and dementia

07:26 EDT 29 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Haiti this week suffered its worst earthquake in 200 years. Marc Dubois, general director of aid charity MSF UK, talks about how his organisation is responding to the disaster and how doctors can help. Also, BMJ clinical editor Elizabeth Loder interviews Benjamin Wolozin about the link between cardiovascular disease and dementia. Krishna Moorthy...

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