Monthly Archives: April 2013

Are all diseases treated equally? – I say no!!!! Alzheimer’s far behind all others

I recently attended the Alzheimer’s Advocacy Forum in DC. I also heard our message that we need to ask for additional funding, but our goal is not to take from any other diseases that are funded by the National Institutes … Continue reading

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Family – Spring Gala – Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio – An Affair to Remember – Kentucky Derby

A year ago, I wanted to take the family to the 2012 Spring Gala, but I did not hear about it until the last minute and we were not ready as a family to talk about Alzheimer’s. A few months … Continue reading

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The Methodical Science of Running to #EndALZ

Originally posted on Fighting Alzheimer's:
by Dr. Steven Barger University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Professor of Geriatrics, Neurobiology and Developmental Sciences, and Internal Medicine Research into the causes and potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease has been as complicated…

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My 1st Alzheimer’s Advocacy Forum – It’s time to Lobby/Educate our Elected Officials

My Mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s four years ago. Two years ago, I moved home from Minnesota to be closer to my parents and help care for my Mom. (I actually moved in with them here at our family home … Continue reading

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