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In honor of Alzheimer’s patients, we’ve begun a social conversation about memory — the memories that people cherish. What is your favorite memory? Share with us. Read about the #onememory campaign and join the discussion.
Help honor Alzheimer’s patients. Share #onememory!
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Join the #onememory conversation
Awareness is the first step in our fight against Alzheimer’s. Cleveland Clinic has launched a campaign, and wants you to be involved in the conversation. Those who suffer from Alzheimer’s don’t have the choice in keeping memories. Each memory should be cherished. The existence of Alzheimer’s means that your memory could disappear – tomorrow, or 40 years down the road. Can you imagine a life without memory?
We’re challenging our followers to answer a simple question:
If you could hold on to just #onememory, what would it be?
Here’s how you can join the conversation:
- Follow @ClevelandClinic on Twitter to join the conversation! Remember to use #onememory to take part.
- ‘Like’ us on Facebook for news related to Alzheimer’s disease and discover facts about health that can improve your life.
- Share your #onememory using photos and sharing stories.
- Not on social media? We still want to hear about your #onememory! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your #onememory, and we’ll share it anonymously on our Twitter feed.