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WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential contender Newt Gingrich on Monday said Alzheimer’s disease is on pace to cost the government some $20 trillion over the next four decades and said boosting federal research money would be a wise investment.

Gingrich, the top Republican in the House during the 1990s, is mounting a presidential campaign on the premise he is a policy heavyweight who can lead a fractured GOP field. His speech to Alzheimer’s advocates meeting in the capital largely eschewed politics but made clear his hopes to run as an idea man.

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