In recognition of Alzheimer’s Action Day, we are looking back at the inspiring General Session at the 2011 Aging in America Conference in San Francisco, “We Must Stop Alzheimer’s by 2020: The Need for a New Era of Geri-Activism.”
This insightful and informative session featured four of the nation’s leading experts on Alzheimer’s Disease (Ken Dychtwald, founder and president of Age Wave; Meryl Comer, CEP and President, Geoffrey Beene Foundation - Alzheimer's Initiative; Harry Johns, president and CEO, Alzheimer’s Assocation; and Stanley Prusiner, MD, Nobel laureate, recipient of the Presidential Medal of Science and director of the Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases, University of California, San Francisco) and was a highlight of the Aging in America Conference in San Francisco. Production of this recording was underwritten by Home Instead Senior Care.
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