Memories are precious.
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Built on the power of one family’s promise, Keep Memory Alive, through Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, aims to find, fund, and facilitate the most effective and innovative research and caregiver programming for patients and their families.

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Brain Science

Brain Science

Increasing age is the leading risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. There’s not much you can do about getting older, but we can help you get wiser about brain disease.

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Why Keep Memory Alive?

Why Keep Memory Alive?

We fund research and programs that improve the lives of patients and their families affected by brain disorders.

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With your help, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health has:

Conducted 80 clinical trials
of promising treatments

Facilitated over 195,000
patient appointments

Provided over 50,000 visits
to our no-cost patient & family services program

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Upcoming Events

Month of Memories

Join us this November to raise awareness and funds by completing the participation form below or by visiting one of our participating retailers.

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Power of Love® 2021

It's an annual celebration of life that was created to raise money for Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health's programs and services. And it's an evening you will want to remember as you Keep Memory Alive.

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Neil Diamond gives surprise performance!

Neil Diamond gives surprise performance!

Neil Diamond gave fans quite the thrill this weekend. The legend taking the stage for the first time since announcing he was retiring from touring two years ago to treat Parkinson’s disease. Diamond supporting the 24th annual Power of Love gala in Vegas.

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Neil Diamond feels Power of Love at Las Vegas gala

Neil Diamond feels Power of Love at Las Vegas gala

Neil Diamond was asked about his health on Saturday night, and he answered that he felt good enough to sing. “When?” he was asked. “How about tonight?” he said, grinning.

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Paula Abdul talks about dad at Power of Love Gala

Paula Abdul talks about dad at Power of Love Gala

Paula Abdul talks about losing her dad at the Power of Love gala. Neil Diamond was honored at this year's event that raised money for brain and memory illnesses.

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Neil Diamond performs at benefit

Neil Diamond performs at benefit

Saturday marked one of the first performances Diamond has given since he retired from touring in January 2018 following a diagnosis with Parkinson's disease.

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Help us make brain disease a distant memory. Your support will help us continue towards a cure.

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