Thinking about Alzheimer's Disease: A Strategic Public Relations Plan for Communities Across the United States
ProQuest, 2006 - 41 pages
The goal of this professional project is to promote awareness of the importance of testing and early detection for Alzheimer's disease (AD) through public relations efforts. While there is no cure for Alzheimer's, increased awareness of all testing and treatment options allows patients to live out their lives more comfortably and prepare loved ones for life after the patient's death.
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