Alzheimer’s: Relentless, Costly, Incurable

Bride on wedding day

Mom on her wedding day

This year 450,000 Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease will die. A number that large is hard to understand, so let’s cut it to, say 40. That’s roughly the number of people I saw a few months ago when I visited the wing of the south Florida facility where my mother now lives. Please read on.

 

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2 Comments so far »

  1. george prochaska said,

    Wrote on April 3, 2013 @ 3:23 pm

    Steve, thx for the article, my mom has Alz so I this appreciated,g

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    Steve Piacente Reply:

    Very hard when someone close to us gets Alzheimer’s, George. Hope you all stay strong, and appreciate you coming by and weighing in.

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