MARIA SHRIVER: Part of the issue with Alzheimer's is that you don't see people running around in remission. You don't see, like you see at all the breast cancer walks and you see great stories of, I got cured and I was part of this trial, and now I can stand up and tell you my incredible story of survival. So that is one of the challenges. But one of the things that also came out of this poll was the denial. And everybody that I've spoken to said that one of the they things they wish they had done was gotten out of the denial faster and gotten their parents or their grandparent into a neurosurgeon, into a clinical trial, where they can't be cured, but there's a lot of exciting things going on in clinical trials.