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John Leland, Reporter, New York Times

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My wife has Alzheimers and I am her caregiver. I am seeing doctors and I get all medications, but whats missing that nobody realy explains how to coupe with situations when my wife is walking out of house to look foe her perents, and they died 50 years ago, and I am walking behind her to avoid any other conflikts. How to calm the situations. Thanks for listening. Dzidris Pilsetnieks

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