Quincy Bioscience Recognizes Military Appreciation Month with Memory Help for Veterans

Madison, Wis – (May 1, 2012)   May is Military Appreciation Month.  During the month of May, to show their appreciation for our military, Quincy Bioscience is giving a free bottle of the brain health supplement Prevagen® to each member of the military, retired or active duty. 

The Department of Defense reports that 233,425 of America’s veterans have been diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injuries since 2000.  Among the many health complications a traumatic brain injury can bring, perhaps none is as frustrating as memory loss.  Prevagen has shown to help improve brain function in people with memory complaints.

To further assist our military, Quincy Bioscience recently announced the launch of a new initiative, GI Brain Health, to support military veterans that have suffered traumatic brain injuries.  The free memory test provides a welcome resource to those military veterans who suffer from memory loss due to traumatic brain injuries.

Returning soldiers and veterans who are concerned about their memory or are experiencing memory loss symptoms will receive a free bottle of Prevagen when they complete a free memory test by visiting- www.gibrainhealth.com

About Quincy Bioscience

Quincy Bioscience is a biotechnology company based in Madison, Wisconsin focused on the discovery and development of novel compounds to improve cognitive performance and therapeutics to treat age related memory loss and diseases of aging. The company’s technology focuses on restoring calcium balance related to neurodegenerative disorders and other destructive age-related mechanisms.

Media Contact:
Todd Olson
(608) 827-8134
tolson@quincybioscience.com

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Quincy Bioscience is a biotechnology company based in Madison, Wisconsin. Quincy Bioscience is focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of novel compounds to fight the aging process. The company's products focus on restoring calcium balance related to neurodegenerative disorders and other destructive age-related mechanisms.

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