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Alzheimer's And Presidential Elections

One of the first major responsibilities of our next president will be to propose a 2018 federal budget. This budget proposal will provide our new president with the opportunity to recommend spending priorities for our nation. However, should congress remain politically polarized, only proposals with strong bipartisan support are likely to be successfully adopted. I am pleased to note that both major party candidates for president have expressed support for increased research funding for Alzheimer's disease (AD).
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