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Welcome to our newly redesigned website
Posted By alz01 On August 24, 2010 @ 4:51 am In | No Comments
Knowing that you depend on our research and insight, we’ve tried to redesign our site to help you find the information you need more efficiently. We created the “Dig Deeper” section to simplify navigation through understanding the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, which treatments are aiming for the cure, and improving the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers.
In this 15th Anniversary of our founding, we continue to be help those afflicted with this terrible disease. We are proud of the hard work Dr. Greengard and his entire team of internationally acclaimed scientists have achieved at the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research laboratory. In addition to the services provided on this site, we also have our virtual community site, www.ALZTalk.org, and our awarding winning magazine Preserving Your Memory.
Our redesign goal was to inform you about the latest, most accurate news on Alzheimer’s disease research, to offer information to help caregivers and to provide you with a comprehensive resource about this dreaded disease.
We’ve attempted to make this new site as perfect as possible, but realize, with anything new, there can and will be areas to improve. Help us help you and take a moment to complete our short survey so we can continue to improve our site and its information.
Thank you for visiting us and let us know your thoughts.
All my best,
Kent L. Karosen
President and CEO
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