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Seth Rogan Testifies in Congress [VIDEO]

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Canadian funny man, Seth Rogan, recently put the jokes aside for a brief moment as he testified in the U.S. Senate about Alzheimers disease.

According to eonline.com

He testified before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing on the economics and current state of research of Alzheimer’s disease treatment and prevention. His mother-in-law was diagnosed with the disease at age 55, and Rogen and wife Lauren Miller founded Hilarity for Charity to raise awareness about the disease.

 

Seth’s story was actually very touching as he explains how ugly the disease can really get and how it has affected his entire family.

 

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