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A Powerful Message About Down's Syndrome and Alzheimer's

Video   Mar 21, 2018 | Love What Matters on YouTube

 

In this YouTube video from Love What Matters, Frank Stephens has a powerful message about Down's Syndrome and Alzheimer's:

“I cannot tell you how much it means to me that my extra chromosome might lead to the answer to Alzheimer’s. It is likely that this thief will one day steal my memories, my very life from me. This is very hard for me to say, but it has already begun to steal my Mom from me. Please think about all those people you love the way I love my Mom.

We are helping to defeat Cancer and Alzheimer's. We make the world a happier place. Let’s make our goal to be Alzheimer's free, not Down's Syndrome free."

 
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