Aging Biology and Alzheimer's: the link to a cure
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
Mountain View, CA
Stanford's Professor Wesson Ashford developed the most commonly used treatment for Alzheimer's disease, but is still not satisfied. By exploring the link between aging and Alheimer's he thinks he believes his understanding can predict the way to a cure. Come learn from this spicy speaker.
Also, he will show you the most accurate method known to detect early onset AD -- come be brave!!
Dinner included (and fascinating people to meet, of course!)
Cuisine: Roasted chicken, roasted veggies, salad, quinoa, coconut custard, fresh fruit
Beer and Wine available for $3 donation (cash only)
• 6:00-7:00 Check-in and Dinner/Socializing
• 7:00-7:20 Welcome
• 7:20-8:30 Science Presentations/ Q&A
• 9:30- More Drinks/Socializing/Science and Business Chats
Visit our website: http://healthextension.co
Looking forward to seeing you all,
Health Extension Team
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