Teen Invents Sensor to Help Alzheimer’s Patients

NBCNews.com (Sept. 14, 2014)

It’s nice to bring positive news about Alzheimer’s. This story from NBC News is especially touching because of the person at its center: a fifteen-year old who is making a difference in the lives of Alzheimer’s patients. Kenneth Shinozuka is a high school student who someday wants to cure Alzheimer’s Disease.

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