Alot of Good Science, Not Enough Funding

Posted November 30, 2010

Cure Alzheimer’s Fund co-founder Phyllis Rappaport hit a key point when interviewed this week by Joe Crankshaw in the Treasure Coast Palm, there isn’t enough funding for Alzheimer’s research, even though there is a lot of good science that needs to be supported.

Rappaport explains:

We understand so much more about Alzheimer’s now then even just four years ago. We have more science then we have money, we have so many avenues to pursue. But this has been an exciting month. The National Neuroscience convention has just ended, and having top scientists discussing our projects and bouncing ideas off each other is exciting.

She also spoke about the devestating impact of Alzheimer’s disease and hope for progress with more awareness and funding.

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