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Jeff Eller, Communications Strategist, Joins USAgainstAlzheimer's Board

USAgainstAlzheimer’s Strengthens Role in Advancing Alzheimer’s Solutions

WASHINGTON, D.C. – USAgainstAlzheimer's today announced that Jeff Eller, chairman of Public Strategies, Inc. and former Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Media Affairs in the Clinton Administration, will join USAgainstAlzheimer’s Board.

USAgainstAlzheimer’s Disappointed with Medicare’s Final Decision To Limit Coverage of Innovative Diagnostic Tool

Despite public protest, decision will bar thousands of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients from access to PET beta-amyloid scans that help optimize diagnoses

 

AFRICAN AMERICANS BEAR MORE THAN ONE-THIRD OF U.S. ALZHEIMER’S COSTS

AfricanAmericanNetworkAgainstAlzheimer’s Launches with New Report on Alzheimer’s Disparities

African American Network Against Alzheimer’s to Partner with Award Winning Playwright Garrett Davis

Davis, Founder of the Forget Me Not Project, Brings Innovative Approach to Advocacy in Effort to Fulfill Network’s Mission to End Alzheimer’s by 2020

Earlier this month, CMS proposed a policy that would severely limit Medicare beneficiaries being evaluated for dementia from an innovative new technology capable of providing a more precise diagnosis as to the form of dementia and enabling patients to receive timely and effective treatments and care. USAgainstAlzheimer’s has been highly critical of this proposal and has marshaled our resources to change this policy. Comments from USAgainstAlzheimer’s as well as our affiliate network ResearchersAgainstAlzheimer’s were submitted on Friday to CMS.

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