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Help us MAP an End to Alzheimer’s

In the next 30 years, the number of people with Alzheimer’s Disease is expected to triple. Already, 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or other dementia, and 16.1 million Americans are caring for someone with the disease. But there is more hope than ever before that together, we can change that.

YOU can help. Here’s how…

Join the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry

2020_logo_200wBecome one of the 2,020 people to join our Alzheimer's Prevention Registry before the start of 2020, and help us to make Alzheimer's history! If you’re aged 40 to 85 and are an individual with normal memory, some memory decline, or mild dementia, you can help in the development of breakthrough tests and treatments for Alzheimer’s by participating in one of our current or future research studies. Joining the registry allows us to notify you about studies for which you may qualify. The Registry is private and confidential. Joining simply means that you’re open to being contacted about studies; it does not mean you are required to participate.

Volunteer

Join the many college students, retirees, Alzheimer’s activists and others who help to further our research and our mission by supporting our public outreach efforts.

Donate

We are so close to so many exciting breakthroughs in the detection and treatment of Alzheimer’s and memory disorders. But we can’t continue this critical work without adequate funding for the medical equipment, resources and staff that research requires. Your gift, in any amount, will help us take one more step in our quest to MAP an end to Alzheimer’s.

*Be sure to select “Memory & Aging Program” in the Designation drop-down box on the form.

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