Dr. Ogedegbe Olugbenga, Professor at New York University School of Medicine
Dr. Ogedegbe Olugbenga is the Author of the study “Circulation, Cardiovascular Quality & Outcomes” which suggests that practicing religion can improve efforts to reduce hypertension in Black people.
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Natalie Sutton – Chapter Executive Director
Ralph and Mollie Richards – Their nickname is, Mr. and Mrs. Alzheimer’s,” spreading community awareness of Alzheimer’s disease has been an essential part of their lives, even in retirement.
Laura Forbes – Director of Communications-Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter.
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