August 19, 2015


Our researchers have been working hard to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. We are excited to announce that our scientists have made a major breakthrough which has just been published and we want to make sure we share it with you.

Today, the Fisher Center scientists have identified a protective molecule that could lead to a new class of Alzheimer’s medications. Fisher Center scientists at The Rockefeller University in New York City identified a series of naturally occurring molecular steps – known as a pathway – that can decrease the production of beta amyloid, the substance which contributes to the memory loss and other symptoms from which patients with Alzheimer’s often suffer.

To view the full press release, please visit ALZInfo.org and please continue donating for the cure.

Thank you,

Kent L. Karosen
President & CEO