Research Down Syndrome Has Race Entries Available for the NYC Half Marathon

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The RDS Runners' team competes on March 17, raising money for Down syndrome research.

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Research Down Syndrome (RDS) is again partnering with the NYC Half Marathon being held in New York City on March 17. 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, expects a team of twenty to participate in the NYC Half Marathon.

A few charity slots remain to register for the race and join the team. As the registration lottery has already occurred, these entries remain the only means by which to register for the race. RDS encourages interested runners to join the RDS team and support Down syndrome research.

For more information on how to run for RDS and register for the NYC Half, contact RDS Runners at rdsrunners (at) researchds (dot) org.

About Research Down Syndrome
Research Down Syndrome (RDS) is among the leading sources of private funding for Down syndrome related cognitive research. RDS supports and funds Down syndrome cognitive research conducted at leading research institutions that are studying the basis of the intellectual impairments associated with Down syndrome, including Alzheimer's disease. 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, or contact RDS: info (at) researchds (dot) org or 847.710.2251.

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