Right now, there is no shortage of ideas in Alzheimer's research -- only dollars. This is why I am asking for your support. I am participating in the Ride to End ALZ, a fully-supported, one-day fundraising event where every dollar raised supports the Alzheimer's Association's efforts to discover methods of treatment and prevention for Alzheimer's disease.
I rode last year for my husband Geno Meyers. He was a kind, gentle man who experienced young-onset, early-stage Alzheimer's. He died in October 2018. I lost a little of him every day for 10 years.
With each mile I ride, I am raising funds to advance research toward the first survivor of Alzheimer's. Thank you for cheering me on.