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- Adjustable toilet safety rails
- Rug with non-skid back
Clamp on tub safety rail
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WATCH: Tribute to Kevin Turner
Researchers from the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank announced November 3rd, 2016 that former New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles player Kevin Turner, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2010 and died at age 46 earlier this year, had CTE. This video from the Boston University School of Medicine shows clips from Boston University Alzheimer's Disease Center & CTE Center Continuing Medical Education Course including details on Turner’s playing career and the severity of his disease.
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Alzheimer's disease affects more than 5 million Americans. Groundbreaking research is attempting to stop the disease before it starts, but needs healthy volunteers. The BU ADC is recruiting 65-85 year olds with normal thinking and memory abilities for the A4study, a clinical trial aimed at preventing the disease before it starts.
To see if you qualify contact Boston University Alzheimer's Disease Center, 617-414-1077. Now is the time!
Click here to learn more about the A4 Study.