The can-do spirit influences people in California to take chances and maybe with a little luck and hard work, change the world. In yesterday's op-ed, the LA Times states that efforts to combat the disease had undergone a kind of "Californication" ever since former president Ronald Reagan's struggle with the disease came to the national forefont. With research into stem cells, potential dietary solutions, and also the leading technological approaches to mental fitness and cognitive entertainment also based here, the future, if we have anything to say about it, will be bright. Dr. Wes Ashford of Stanford, an advisor and colleague in Cognitive Labs, is quoted in the piece.
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