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The study results will be published in the April 7 problem of Health Affairs.

Barnes is the primary writer and director of the Hurry Center of Excellence on Disparities in HIV and Ageing in the Hurry Alzheimer's Disease Center, and professor of Neurological Behavioral and Sciences Sciences at Rush University Medical Center. The lack of high-quality biologic data on large numbers of racial and ethnic minorities poses barriers to progress in understanding whether the mechanisms and processes of Alzheimer's disease run the same or in racial and ethnic minorities and differently, if so, how, in the high-risk African American population particularly, said Barnes. In 2010 2010, the U.S. Census Bureau indicated that 20 % of the populace ages 65 and older was a racial or ethnic minority member. Current projections suggest that by 2050, 42 % of the nation's older adults can be people of minority groups.Related StoriesACC's public reporting system provides information about hospitals' performanceHeart of the Rockies Regional INFIRMARY selects Aprima EHRLowering blood pressure below presently recommended targets reduces risk of stroke, heart attackThe researchers discovered that the primary end point of MACCE at medical center discharge occurred in 15.2 % of the elective IABP group and 16.0 % of the no planned IABP group, and all-cause mortality at six months was 4.6 % and 7.4 %, respectively.