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Thursday, February 22, 2018

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Join us as we celebrate some of MetroWest's most inspiring women

The Athena Award Luncheon takes place on International Women's Day when we will be announcing the winner of the 2018 Athena Award. All proceeds will support the expansion of Ready to Read, the early literacy program of the United Way of Tri-County.

Thursday, March 8, 2018 
at the Framingham Country Club 16 Gates St, Framingham, MA
Networking begins at 11:30 am

Keynote Speaker
Marcy L. Reed
Chief of Business Operations
National Grid

Marcy L. Reed is Chief of Business Operations, Engineering and Process at National Grid where she oversees U.S. Gas and Electric Process & Engineering as well as the Customer Group. Marcy joined National Grid in 1988 and has held various positions including most recently as President of the Massachusetts business as well as positions in finance, merger integration, and corporate affairs. She also spent three years in London as the head of Investor Relations for National Grid. [read more]

Who Will Be The 2018 Athena?

Eleanor " Ellie" Anbinder
Mary Chaves
Donna Cupela
Judy Giovangelo
Kate Hogan
Jen Maseda
Susanne Morreale-Leeber
Joan Murtaugh
Nishita Roy-Pope
Francine Shear
Kristin Shirahama
Yvonne Spicer
Bhavna Srivastava
Cheryl Tully Stoll
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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

FDA opens potential new path for Alzheimer's disease treatments

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February 21, 2018
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FDA opens potential new path for Alzheimer's disease treatments
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued draft guidance meant to spur the development of treatments for five neurological disorders, including early Alzheimer's disease. The guidance provides details for researchers to best approach drug development and "is a clear statement that the FDA understands that the science of Alzheimer's has evolved," said Maria Carrillo, Alzheimer's Association chief science officer.

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A person living with Alzheimer's disease will eventually become unable to drive. Losing the independence driving provides can be upsetting, but it's important to acknowledge a person's feelings and preserve his or her independence, while ensuring their safety and the safety of others.
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