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Social media push to educate black people about dementia

A London-based dementia campaign group is to launch a Twitter campaign to encourage people from black and minority ethnic (BAME) communities to start conversations about dementia.

The organisation wants to highlight some of the misconceptions around the disease, including the belief that it only affects white people.

Read more on the Voice website.