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Alzheimer’s what they forget to tell you episode 9

Alzheimer’s what they forget to tell you episode 9


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My mother was diagnosed at 57 and I have lived with this disease going on 18 years. I wrote a book as there was very little information on the disease when she was diagnosed in 2000. I share my journey and what I have learnt along the way

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Caron Leid

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