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October 5, 2022
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Positive Alzheimer's treatment data brings hope and enthusiasm
Positive results of the drug lecanemab were recently reported in Alzheimer's clinical trials, giving those facing the disease hope for more effective treatments. On our blog, Alzheimer’s Association Chief Science Officer Maria C. Carrillo, Ph.D., says that while lecanemab is not yet in doctors’ offices, this development is history in the making: “This is the time we will look back at and say, ‘That was when it all started.’”

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Make 2X the impact during our Autumn $100,000 2X Match Challenge
Show your support during this match challenge while you can double your impact in the fight to end Alzheimer's. Your gift before Oct. 11 can go 2X as far, up to $100,000, to accelerate research and help provide care and support to those facing the disease.
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Shop to help fight Alzheimer's during Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale
Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale is Oct. 11-12. Amazon Prime members can support the fight against Alzheimer’s by shopping on those days through AmazonSmile on their desktop and the app. AmazonSmile must be on and the Alzheimer's Association selected; 0.5% of eligible purchases will be donated to the Association.
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