Red Sox Support Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, Disease Research at June Game Against Detroit Tigers

Red Sox Support Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, Disease Research at June Game Against Detroit Tigers
The Boston Red Sox hosted Cure Alzheimer’s Fund at a recent baseball game against the Detroit Tigers to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s and bring attention to the nonprofit group's support for research into new treatments and ways of preventing or curing this disease. The event included a ceremony on the team's Fenway Park field to honor Alzheimer's researchers,  and a color guard of members of the nearby Quincy Fire Department, which  holds an annual fundraising event benefiting disease research. The first pitch of the June 5 game was thrown by Rudy Tanzi, MD, chair of the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Research Leadership Group. "We're so grateful to the Red Sox organization
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  1. Angelo Puz' says:

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