Actor Seth Rogen Shares a Heartbreaking Tale Before the United States Senate Hearing on Alzheimer’s Research

Actor Seth Rogen, famous for roles in films like Knocked Up and Pineapple Express, gave an opening statement before the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health & Human Services about the need for Alzheimer’s disease research. In his statement, Rogen discusses the ravages of the disease on his mother-in-law, his Hilarity for Charity organization that raises money for Alzheimer’s research, and the comparatively low amount of funding research into the disease receives in the United States.

The full two-hour hearing is available on C-SPAN’s website.

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