E-Newsletter: February 13, 2015

Here is the latest edition of our expert-reviewed e-newsletter. I hope that you find it both useful and informative this holiday weekend.

So much of the Valentine’s Day celebration of love is about acknowledging the shared memories we have built together, and look forward to making in the future, with our loved ones. When someone we love starts losing those cherished memories and can no longer hold on to new memories, Valentine’s Day can be an especially bittersweet day.

Our pledge to you and your loved ones on this Valentine’s Day is a relentless commitment to finding improved Alzheimer’s treatments and maximizing our funding of critical research in our quest to find a cure for this heartbreaking disease. This Valentine’s Day, please consider making a donation in honor of a loved you know with Alzheimer’s.

You can be confident in your support of The Fisher Center that the overwhelming majority of your donation is being spent on research and programs in search of a cure.

Sincerely,


Kent L. Karosen
President & CEO

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