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Martek Biosciences and the National Center for Creative Aging Introduce New Brain Health Awareness Campaign, "Beautiful Minds: Finding Your Lifelong Potential"
Date:5/27/2010

on this understanding. Based in Washington, D.C., NCCA is a nonprofit with 2,500 members and is affiliated with The George Washington University. www.creativeaging.org.

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(1) Today’s Dietitian, January 2010

Contacts:
Cassie France-Kelly
Martek Biosciences
(443) 542-2116
cfrancekelly(at)martek(dot)com

Gay Hanna
National Center for Creative Aging
(202) 895-9456
ghanna(at)creativeaging(dot)org

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