Seth Rogen Shares His Story About Alzheimer’s

Seth Rogen, famous for his part in the movie, “Knocked Up,” testified before a Senate subcommittee yesterday; I thought you’d like to hear his remarks.

Unfortunately, he spoke to just a few Senators, as 16 got up and left. Rogen did call out the Senators on Twitter, writing, “All those empty seats are senators who are not prioritizing Alzheimer’s. Unless more noise is made, it won’t change.

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2 thoughts on “Seth Rogen Shares His Story About Alzheimer’s

  1. Avatar of PearLadyPearLady

    I was thinking about sharing that earlier today. GMTA. He was talking about it on a news sound bite, saying how some of them were either asleep or walking out (one admitted to “walking out to watch it later”). Well, at least Seth is trying to help.

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