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 Karen Matthies - “When you give them to the residents, their faces just light up.”
 Karen Matthies - “It helps instill in kids not to judge people because of their age.”
 William Thies - “The trade-off is clearly going to be this small risk,”
 Bill Thies - “It's a shame, he did everything that was asked of him this year, ... He's had an amazing career, but if you ask him, he's flat-out not interested in retiring. He still has a good three, four years in him.”
 Bill Thies - “They've all been validated, so that a certain score is indicative of Alzheimer's disease.”
 Bill Thies - “Research shows learning about Alzheimer's disease is one of the best ways to help patients and their families.”
 William Thies - “I think it's very exciting to see this product moving forward because it is going to be a test of one of the fundamental theories of Alzheimer's disease. While we don't know whether the product is going to work, we're going to find out an awful lot of valuable information no matter what the outcome of the trial is.”
 William Thies - “If they prove this does stabilize Alzheimer's disease, they will have done a wonderful thing, ... If not, they will have spent a lot of money.”
 William Thies - “This article points to the possibility that healthier living can significantly contribute to reducing the numbers of sick and mentally declining older people, and reduce health care costs. To accomplish that, we need more research to show us which specific combinations of lifestyle choices, and also future therapies, will maintain our brain and emotional health.”
 William Thies - “Many of the factors that can put our brain health at risk are things we can modify and control. This article points to the possibility that healthier living can significantly contribute to reducing the numbers of sick and mentally declining older people, and reduce healthcare costs. To accomplish that, we need more research to show us which specific combinations of lifestyle choices, and also future therapies, will maintain our brain and emotional health.”
 William Thies - “The equation is open to future adjustment as we get medications that affect the progression of the disease. Brain scans will offer information about who gets treated and who doesn't.”
 William Thies - “For people who have well-established disease, the vaccine can do nothing to return dead brain cells and certainly can't return memories, ... although it could potentially arrest the disease in whatever stage the individual is in.”
 Bill Thies - “his brash attitude a factor.”
 William Thies - “If you could reduce the risk of Alzheimer's by half, that would be a huge accomplishment.”