Pratchett brings cash and publicity to alzheimer's disease.

Abstract

BRITISH RESEARCH into Alzheimer's disease has been boosted financially and publicly by the best-selling British fantasy author, Terry Pratchett. The writer has donated $1 million (£500,000) to medical research into the disease after announcing in December that he was suffering from a rare and early onset form of Alzheimer's.

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@article{Allen2008PratchettBC, title={Pratchett brings cash and publicity to alzheimer's disease.}, author={Daniel Allen}, journal={Nursing older people}, year={2008}, volume={20 3}, pages={4} }