Bill Gates reveals plans against Alzheimer’s disease which killed his father

Bill Gates reveals plans against Alzheimer’s disease which killed his father

- Billionaire businessman Bill Gates said he has partnered with other people to launch the Alzheimer’s Disease Data Initiative

- Bill, who lost his father to the disease in September, took to his Instagram page to share a throwback picture of himself and the deceased

- According to the philanthropist, he would not wish for anyone to watch their loved ones suffer from such a deadly disease

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Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Bill Gates has taken to social media to share a throwback picture of himself and his father who died of Alzheimer’s disease.

YEN.com.gh notes that William H Gates II was a lawyer and philanthropist who died on September 14, 2020.

According to Bill, nearly forty million people around the world have Alzheimer’s disease or dementia today. He said he would not wish for anyone to watch their loved ones go through such experience in life.

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Bill Gates shares throwback photo of himself and dad who died of Alzheimer’s disease, rolls out plans to battle it

Billionaire businessman Bill Gates is doing all within his power to ensure that Alzheimer's disease becomes a thing of the past. Photo credit: Wired
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His post read in part:

"Nearly forty million people around the world have Alzheimer’s or dementia today. I lost my dad to Alzheimer’s two months ago, and I wouldn’t wish that experience on anyone."

The philanthropist said he has partnered with other people to launch the Alzheimer’s Disease Data Initiative.

He said the initiative will "move us closer to a world where no one has to watch someone they love suffer from this awful disease".

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Bill Gates said the rich world would be able to put an end to the coronavirus by the end of 2021 while the world at large would be able to end it by 2022.

The Microsoft co-founder stated this in an interview with Wired magazine, which was published on Friday, August 7.

Gates is one of those who have donated a large amount of money to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic which has claimed many lives.

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