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Our communications department can help you develop stories by arranging interviews with experts on Alzheimer’s disease and providing you with the latest information on Alzheimer’s and brain health.

Reporter and advertising inquiries can be directed to: JJ Lassberg at 713.314.1320 or by e-mail at jjlassberg@alz.org

Story topics may include:

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