Alzheimer's informative sessions coming up at 3 Valley locations

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Posted 2/24/20

This spring training season, community members are invited to attend informative sessions with “Heavy Hitters” experts at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute and Banner Sun Health Research Institute.

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Alzheimer's informative sessions coming up at 3 Valley locations

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The Valley of the Sun is home base for internationally renowned researchers who are stepping up to the mound to strike out Alzheimer’s disease.

This spring training season, community members are invited to attend informative sessions with “Heavy Hitters” experts at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute and Banner Sun Health Research Institute.

The first session is 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 3 at North Phoenix Baptist Church, 5757 N. Central Ave., Phoenix.

The next is 1:30-3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12 at Grace Bible Church, 19280 N. 99th Ave., Sun City.

The third is 9-11 a.m. Thursday, March 19 at Valley Presbyterian Church, 6947 McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley.

Experts in the field of memory and cognitive disease will share progress in research and offer hope for a world without Alzheimer’s disease. The keynote speakers have an incredible track record for caring for families with memory and cognitive disorders while leading novel research trials hoping to find an end to Alzheimer’s disease before we lose another generation.

Community members are invited to join for an opportunity to hear from key experts in the field of treating and fighting Alzheimer’s disease throughout the Valley.

All sessions are free but registration is required by calling 602-230-2273 or visiting www.banneralz.org/calendar.

Editor's Note: Information from Banner Health.

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