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Advocacy Updates from the Alzheimer's Association

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    Alzheimer's Disease was first identified more than 100 years ago. Yet despite this century-spanning awareness by medical communities across the globe, the precise physiologic mechanisms triggering the development of this disease are still unknown. Advocacy groups such as the Alzheimer's Association play a critical role in advancing new science and supporting those affected both directly and indirectly by this devastating illness. Joining host Paul Rokuskie to speak on behalf of the Alzheimer's Association's latest advocacy initiatives is Claire Day, Vice President of Constituent Services of the AA's Delaware Valley Chapter.  

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    Alzheimer's Disease was first identified more than 100 years ago. Yet despite this century-spanning awareness by medical communities across the globe, the precise physiologic mechanisms triggering the development of this disease are still unknown. Advocacy groups such as the Alzheimer's Association play a critical role in advancing new science and supporting those affected both directly and indirectly by this devastating illness. Joining host Paul Rokuskie to speak on behalf of the Alzheimer's Association's latest advocacy initiatives is Claire Day, Vice President of Constituent Services of the AA's Delaware Valley Chapter.  

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