Research Down Syndrome and Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend 2013

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Join RDS Runners in the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, January 10-13.

Research Down Syndrome (RDS) is a national 501(c)(3) charity that is a leading provider of grants to support research to develop pharmaceutical therapies to improve memory and learning in persons with Down syndrome. RDS Runners, the charity race program supporting Down syndrome research, will be entering teams in the races associated with the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, January 10-13. Runners can learn more about the events at the Disney Marathon Weekend website.

The RDS Runners program has arranged a travel package that includes guaranteed race entry, reduced hotel and park admission rates, and other race related benefits.

Contact rdsrunners(at)researchds(dot)org for more information.

About Research Down Syndrome

Research Down Syndrome (RDS) is committed to supporting the identification of the causes of the intellectual impairments associated with Down syndrome and to facilitating the development of pharmacological therapies to improve memory, learning and communication in persons with Down syndrome. RDS supports and funds Down syndrome cognitive research conducted at preeminent research institutions, including Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, The University of Arizona, University of California, San Diego, The University of Texas, Austin, and VA Palo Alto Health Care System. Research Down Syndrome is a legal corporate entity, and is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization designated by the Internal Revenue Code. For more information, go to http://www.researchds.org, or contact RDS: info(at)researchds(dot)org or 877.863.2121.

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