Here’s $5.75M for a Lewy Body Dementia Program at the Mayo Clinic

The program's overall goal is to find medications that will help patients suffering from a dread disease many people have never heard of. But meanwhile, the program will serve to raise awareness just by existing.
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Let's Talk About What Really Matters: Who's Getting All New Money Raised for ALS?

Lost amid the Ice Bucket hype is the fact that the ALS Association suddenly has another $75 million to spend. Where's the money going? Well, genetic researchers are among the winners here, that's for sure.
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Neurodegeneration, Eh? Meet Canada’s New Brain Research Juggernaut

It began assembling its team of scientific advisors in 2010, and it made its first awards last year. Now the Weston Brain Institute is finally declaring itself and has big plans to give away $10 million per year specifically for research into the neurodegenerative diseases of aging.
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