April 4, 2012 – Newsletter

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Dear friend,

With the Passover and Easter holidays right around the corner, I would be remiss if I did not take this time to reflect on the importance of our Alzheimer’s community. I would like to thank you for your interest in our research and for being a part of our team.

Last week, I was visiting our laboratory and learned of the amazing new research being conducted by Dr. Paul Greengard and his 50 scientists. It's an exciting time for our research into this debilitating disease, and I cannot wait to share the details of their breakthrough findings soon. As you know, research into this disease is expensive and we are trying to get the lab the funds they need now to help them over their next major hurdle. Can you contribute to them today? Donate today by clicking this link.

I wish you and yours the best this spring and a happy and healthy Passover and Easter.

Thank you,

President & CEO

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