In 1958, my mother starred in a movie titled "Separate Tables".  It was the first film in which she began showing signs of Alzheimer's, the world couldn't see it yet, but I could see the little things starting to happen - there was something fleeting and fragmentary in her eyes.  As we have gone through the last 4 months, I am reminded of that film and how much that title resonates now.  For the past 37 years, we have celebrated my mother in New York City and raised over $70 million for a disease that affects more than 5 million Americans.  While this year may be different and we need to physically stay separate, the fight against Alzheimer's does not stop or slow down.  I ask you to join me in making a gift to support the Alzheimer's Association.

- Princess Yasmin Aga Khan


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Still from the 1958 film "Separate Tables" 


Alzheimer's disease is an epidemic in this country, affecting 5.8 million Americans, including over 400,000 individuals in New York State alone. Your support of the Separate Tables campaign will allow the Alzheimer's Association to continue providing care and support for those affected by Alzheimer's disease today and fund innovative treatments and diagnostics that will get us one step closer to our vision of a world without Alzheimer's disease.


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