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The Sheltons were just starting to build their lives together when they were forced to confront a diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Kallmyer, Director of Client and Information Services for the Alzheimer’s Association, describes the extensive services available to help patients and caregivers.
Davies, Scientific Director of the Litwin-Zucker Center for Research on Alzheimer’s, explains the benefits of early diagnosis and activities that may lower your risk
Dr. Thies, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer for the Alzheimer’s Association, describes the disease, current research, and explains how Alzheimer’s will soon touch every American life.
Is it possible to form new brain cells?
Why is slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s so important?
Is Alzheimer’s a normal part of aging?
Dr. Thies describes Alzheimer’s disease, current research, and explains how Alzheimer’s will soon touch every American life.
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