People with mild cognitive impairment face some hard realities, and it would be a disservice to offer them false hope.
But there is one thing worse than false hope, and that would be to have no hope at all. If you are living with MCI, there is reason for hope.
There is no cure right now, but promising treatments are on the horizon. In today’s video, I talk about why you should find encouragement — and yes, even hope — in the progress that’s being made, and I offer a realistic projection for how soon we might begin to see breakthroughs.
If you’re interested in considering a clinical trial, visit the Research Match website here: https://www.researchmatch.org/
Information on how to contact your representative in Congress is here: https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative
In this video, I mention a private Facebook group for people with MCI. It’s a warm, welcoming community were people share insights and information and offer each other support. If you are interested in becoming a member of the group, you can go to this link and request to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1558323031164795/