I often felt that I did not do enough while Dad was alive to combat the Alzheimer’s that was robbing him of so much. But now that he is gone, I am trying to make amends by becoming involved in various causes to help promote research and treatment for Alzheimer’s. One thing I did recently was join the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry. If you have a loved one who has been impacted by Alzheimer’s, it’s worth taking a few minutes to join the registry.
Dear Friends and Family,
Today I did something that may help save the lives of millions of people around the world. I took one minute of my time and joined the national Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry, which is working to end Alzheimer’s disease before we lose another generation.
We can meet this challenge – but only with volunteers like me and you.
I encourage you to join the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry today! It’s a community of people interested in learning about the latest research to prevent this devastating disease and opportunities to help make an impact. The Registry will be used to inform people about opportunities to participate in prevention studies and treatment trials now and in the future. Every person who joins will help accelerate Alzheimer’s research and improve our chances of ending the disease once and for all.
Visit Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative to join the Registry and make your mark in the fight against Alzheimer’s!
Every little step we take brings awareness. Knowledge is power.