BrightFocus Foundation, a presentation partner for Turning Point, invites you to watch a gripping new documentary about researchers on the cusp of a scientific breakthrough that could be the first step toward making Alzheimerʼs disease a distant memory. BrightFocus, through our Alzheimer’s Disease Research program, supports bold, innovative scientific research worldwide to discover a cure for Alzheimer’s. Join us.
BrightFocus Foundation is a presentation partner for Turning Point, a new award-winning documentary about scientists on the cusp of a breakthrough toward making Alzheimer’s disease a distant memory. Through our Alzheimer’s Disease Research program, BrightFocus supports bold, innovative scientific research worldwide to discover a cure for Alzheimer’s. We hope you'll join us.
Research is the only way to find a cure for Alzheimer’s. Please donate below, or text TPMOVIE to 50555 to give $10 straight from your mobile phone.*
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- Recent history of mental and behavioral symptoms
- Physical exam and laboratory tests
- Neuropsychological test, if needed, to identify specific problems in mental function and behavior
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See Turning Point
If you are interested in bringing Turning Point to your community, you can request information about hosting a screening at http://bit.ly/tpfilmrequest.
Upcoming screenings of James Keach’s groundbreaking documentary:
- Minnesota Nurse Practitioners
Friday, May 3, 2019
Health Partners Neuroscience Center
295 Phalen Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55130
- Great Lakes Clinical Trials
Wednesday, May 22. 2019
5149 N Ashland Ave
Chicago, IL 60640
RSVP to Amber Holst by calling (847) 529-8805 or email her at email@example.com.
Seating is limited
- Brain Matters Research & The Kane Center
Friday, May 24, 2019
11:00am - 1:00pm
The Kane Center
900 SE Salerno Road
Stuart, Florida 34997
For more information on events, please email Amanda Boddicker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about this film, please visit turningpointmovie.com.
To request a screening, please visit http://bit.ly/tpfilmrequest.
You can also follow the documentary on Facebook for more news and screening dates.
About Us: Funding Breakthrough Science
BrightFocus Foundation is a premier source of private research funding to defeat Alzheimer's, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. We are currently managing a global portfolio of nearly 200 research projects, a $40 million investment in the bold, innovative science that will find the cures for diseases of mind and sight. We share the latest research findings and best practices to empower families impacted by these diseases.
Recent BrightFocus-sponsored findings in Alzheimer's disease have indicated that
- Alzheimer’s disease may spread by ‘jumping’ from one brain region to another.
- Cell energy dysfunction is present early in Alzheimer's, before memory loss.
- Specialized antibodies have about ten times the ability of a regular antibody to neutralize the toxic clustering of the misfolded Alzheimer's beta-amyloid protein.
With further research, each of these discoveries may contribute to the development of new treatments and preventions.
To learn more, please explore these articles and resources:
- What's new in the Alzheimer's treatment pipeline?
- What's the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's disease?
- Decreasing your risk of Alzheimer's disease
- Alzheimer's Disease Toolkit
The film was funded through a grant by Eli Lilly and Company to Volunteers of America. PCH Films retained full editorial control of all content and messaging in the film.
This content was last updated on: April 27, 2018