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The WAI hopes that knowledge gained through its research will contribute to viewing Alzheimer's disease similar to heart disease; that is, a disease developing over a lifetime that can be identified at pre-clinical stages and potentially prevented. The success of these research studies will play a major role in determining the impact that Alzheimer's disease will have on our children's future.

 

Whether the promise is prevention, treatment or a cure, it will only be possible with the involvement and support of people who care about making the senior years of life a time of preserving and sharing memories, not losing them. Gifts such as yours, regardless of size, will help us understand and solve the mystery of Alzheimer's disease.

Dear Dr. Sager,

 

I first became aware of your research efforts through an article in the Rock County Alzheimer's Support Center newsletter. I subsequently became a participant in the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention. I am grateful to be given the opportunity to do my small part in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.

 

My father was afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. He was a teacher and administrator for 37 years before retiring. Not one to sit quietly, he spent the next 16 years running his own small business accounting firm until Alzheimer's began taking a toll on his memory and forced him to stop. He died in September 2003.

 

In my father's memory, my mother, husband and I are making a donation to be used for Alzheimer's research. It is our hope your research will prevent our children and grandchildren from suffering the consequences of this disease.

 

R. Soik, Stevens Point, WI (used with permission)

Increased support of the WAI's education, outreach and research efforts will be critical to maintaining its momentum and to ensuring its future success.

 

If you are interested in donating to the WAI, donations can be made online through the University of Wisconsin Foundation OR mailed to the address below. Donations like yours will contribute to the success of WAI's research, outreach and educational efforts and are very much appreciated. Please call or email with questions.

 

Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute
7818 Big Sky Drive, Suite 215, Madison, WI 53719
Phone: 608-829-3300
waimail@mailplus.wisc.edu