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May 24, 2017
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Celebrity Champions honor people affected by Alzheimer’s on The Longest Day
On June 21, the summer solstice, team up with the Alzheimer's Association to do what you love to honor those you love affected by Alzheimer’s on The Longest Day®. Our Celebrity Champions are letting the world know why they’re joining the fight against the disease and what they plan to do on The Longest Day to raise funds and awareness.

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Drug combinations may be effective in treating Alzheimer’s disease
With the success of combination therapy in HIV, cancer and heart disease, the time for this approach to treat Alzheimer’s may be near. James A. Hendrix, Ph.D., Alzheimer’s Association director of Global Science Initiatives, writes that a consensus is emerging that the most effective Alzheimer’s treatments may be those which attack the disease on multiple fronts.
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Move with purpose and earn funds for the Alzheimer’s Association
Thanks to the continued support of Charity Miles, you can track your mileage and raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association at the same time. Charity Miles is a free iPhone/Android app that enables users to raise funds simply by walking, running or biking. Through the new and improved app, Charity Miles will use funds from its sponsors (currently $500,000) to donate to charity partners in proportion to the miles tracked for each activity.
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