Reports & Research

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    FY 2019 Funding:An Opportunity to Create a Breakthrough for Alzheimer's

    From 1993-2011, Alzheimer’s funding at the National Institutes of Health remained stagnant at roughly $450 million.

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    UsAgainstAlzheimer's Overview

    Alzheimer’s disease is the only top 10 cause of death in the United States with no treatment or means of prevention, yet federal research funding is a fraction of that...

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    The CHANGE Act of 2018

    Today, there are nearly double the number of individuals in the United States with Alzheimer’s Disease compared to 1980. It is expected that by 2050, as many as 16 million...

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    Side-by-Side Summary of the CHANGE Act and the BOLD Act

    When it comes to Alzheimer’s we need “all of the above” to win the fight and find a cure.

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    Blacks & Alzheimer's Awareness Research Top Priorities

    The impact of Alzheimer’s disease on the Black community is cause for concern. Of the 5.2 million Americans with the disease, 1.1 million of them are African-American.

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    Post and Courier - Black Americans are Twice as Likely

    Even though Vernon Williams first began to notice the signs of Alzheimer's disease two years ago, he Buy Now continues as business manager for the Samuel L. Hart Senior Center...