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Antoine Trammell, M.D., MPH, describes his research on Alzheimer's and dementia among Black Americans and the importance of building greater Black representation and trust in medical research.
Today, we are growing philanthropic support for Alzheimer's research, fostering a dynamic community of Alzheimer's scientists and securing increased federal funding for research – all of which are instrumental to finding new treatments to stop, slow and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
In the century since Alzheimer’s was first described, scientists have made remarkable strides in understanding the disease.
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The Alzheimer's Association is the world's largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research with over $250 million invested in more than 750 projects across 39 countries.
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Through our many initiatives and worldwide reach, the Alzheimer’s Association leads the charge in Alzheimer’s care, support, research and advocacy.
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