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Australian research aimed at improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of dementia will receive $185 million from the federal government over the next decade.

A Queensland study investigating using ultrasound technology to treat Alzheimer’s disease will get $10 million, Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Tuesday.

There are about 420,000 Australians living with dementia, with no cure available yet for the degenerative brain disorder.