We hope you have been enjoying Irish American Heritage month and the first day of spring today.
Spring is symbolic of starting new projects, sewing new seeds and coming up with new ideas. It is also a time to contemplate health and physical well-being.
Our first article takes a closer look at the projected number of people who will be diagnosed and/or living with Alzheimer’s decades from now as we race to find the causes, care and cure.
Our second article offers concrete reflective questions about one’s ability to continue driving. While having the privilege of driving symbolizes independence, there are alternatives that will get you to and from your destination.
To learn more about these expert-reviewed research articles and our organization, please visit our website at www.alzinfo.org. In addition, you can register to see three of our researchers present their latest studies on Alzheimer’s disease at the 2019 Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center’s Conference & Expo on April 11th in Long Island, New York. While you are there, stop by our table and pick up our latest Alzheimer’s materials.
Thank you for your interest in learning more about the research progress being made at the Fisher Center.
Together we can end Alzheimer’s.
Lucretia V. Holden
Senior Vice President