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Living with Dementia

Socioeconomic Boundaries

Alzheimer’s crosses socioeconomic boundaries

Country music icon Glen Campbell recently revealed that he has Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, he is one of 5.4 million Americans living with the incurable illness.

Fortunately, his care and medical needs aren’t likely to be a burden for his family and friends, a small but significant comfort in the coming months. That’s not the… Alzheimer’s crosses socioeconomic boundaries   

Living With Dementia

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