In May, John and I decided to take a trip to Atlanta to see our grandchildren. I gave the four boys ages 18-12 years, the choice to pick one big thing for all of us to do together. After much discussion, they decided on an inner tube trip down the Chattahoochee River, lovingly called “Shooting the Hooch.”
After weathering the storm of the initial diagnosis, John and I have begun to straighten up our house – literally and figuratively.
Cancer, heart disease and AIDS receive 10 to 15 times the Federal funding of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s no coincidence that deaths from all of these conditions declined over the last five years while deaths from Alzheimer’s rose. Research investments have paid off in these areas and it can in Alzheimer’s disease.
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