How One Town Hopes To Cure Alzheimers's

The Columbus Memory Center and Dr. Jonathan Liss have launched the Columbus Memory Project®. Dr. Liss recently held one of the first town hall meetings where individuals could "meet the doctor" and ask questions about their memory health.

These meetings are a part of a 3-year citywide initiative, The Columbus Memory Project®, intended to prevent memory loss and prevent or delay the start of Alzheimer’s disease. Based at the Columbus Memory Center, the project aims to make the city the first to screen every senior citizen for memory loss and thousands more for their chance of getting Alzheimer's disease from their genes.

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Sandy Ellingson