Will you help crack the code? Canadian Alzheimer's researchers urgently need your help.

Did you know that a breakdown in the mitochondria is the first cellular sign of Alzheimer’s disease?

The reason why is a mystery. But it won’t be for long.

Dr. Etienne Hebert-Chatelain and his team are figuring out how to adjust the output of mitochondria in Alzheimer’s disease. When they do, it could change everything. Your online gift will be rushed to the lab to help crack the code and make life better for the nearly 1 million Canadians who will face dementia by 2031.

"To find a cure, the fundamental biological processes at work in Alzheimer’s need to be understood. It’s critical that we intensify our research efforts to uncover these cellular pathways and develop new therapies to stop this disease."

- Dr. Etienne Hebert-Chatelain

Dr. Etienne Hebert-Chatelain, Dr. Hadir Al-Qot and Dr. Sharon Koehn are urgently awaiting your response to keep their vital work moving forward. Can they count on you to help crack the code?

YES! I want to make a special gift in support of life-changing Alzheimer’s and dementia research today.