You know, it’s a disease that has no treatments, no cure, so once you get it, that’s it.
Two years ago, Miller and her husband, Seth Rogen, formed Hilarity for Charity, a foundation designed to raise awareness and funds for the millions affected by the disease.
The comedic duo is pushing Washington for more research while also opening up a typically stigmatic discussion.
When I was in my early twenties, my mom started repeating things, asking the same questions, telling the same stories.
It was like, “Oh, god, this is not right.” When I was 25, my brother and I finally told our dad we had to take her to the doctor. I remember noticing that something wasn’t right at my college graduation, and I didn’t say anything to anyone at all.