Family with history of rare Alzheimer’s disease gene hopes for a cure
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October 7, 2015
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Family with history of rare Alzheimer’s disease gene hopes for a cure
Marty Reiswig's family has history of a rare, inherited form of early-onset Alzheimer's disease. He’s taking part in the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network prevention study, primarily funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Alzheimer’s Association, which recently showed that brain scans can pick up changes 20 years before the first symptoms appear.

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Lauren Miller Rogen and Seth Rogen will continue to use hope and humor to inspire change and raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease among millennials with their fourth annual Hilarity for Charity Variety Show on Oct. 17 in Los Angeles. This year’s event is the James Franco's Bar Mitzvah at the Variety Show, with headliner Miley Cyrus — and you can enter for a chance to be Seth's guest. Hilarity for Charity was established in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association.
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