Alzheimer’s Research Team Wins $25 Million to Help It Compete for 2018 XPRIZE

Alzheimer’s Research Team Wins $25 Million to Help It Compete for 2018 XPRIZE
The founders of Edelman Financial Services have donated $25 million to a group called the Alzheimer’s Disease Team to help it compete for a global XPRIZE. Jean and Ric Edelman announced the donation at the 2017 XPRIZE Visioneers Summit in Los Angeles on Oct. 19. The Alzheimer’s team, which received the highest score at the summit, advances to

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  1. Janet Bright says:

    I was intrigued by the radio broadcast and want to revisit it. Is there a transcript? I was especially interested in postmortem brain studies of infants with alzheimer’s but couldn’t find that online.
    The science logic you outlined was very interesting. So many loopholes in medicine. Especially the lack of wholism or collaboration between specialists. Afterall, we are one. Please continue to educate, inspire and push for a more open minded and expansive view for this disease and thought process by which we think and live.
    I have some college science and would love to work along side of you. Let me know if you know of a part time job in the Bay Area.

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