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Remembering Why on Mother’s Day

Remembering Why on Mother’s Day

My mother, Helen Paul, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the spring of 2001. My father called me earlier in the year saying she was having trouble completing her sentences – she could not remember the words she wanted to use. I made the 40-minute trip to visit and saw...
Activism – With a Bang or a Blood Draw

Activism – With a Bang or a Blood Draw

Scientific progress can be long in human years. With each generation, young scientists stand on the shoulders of giants. Many never see the full impact of their work. Scientific research is a pay-it-forward endeavor. The March for Science, coming worldwide April 22,...
Clinical Trials: Debunking the Myths

Clinical Trials: Debunking the Myths

Clinical trials are important for scientists to find cures for diseases. However many people who may be eligible to participate are held back by misconceptions and fears.  The truth is that the greater number of people who participate in studies and trials, the faster...
Thank You

Thank You

We are grateful. . . for the wonderful support we’ve received every step of the way from so many – our funders and contributors, partners who’ve provided feedback and a willingness to assist going forward, those who have “Joined the...