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October 30, 2017
Paula Spencer Scott, author of Surviving Alzheimer's
I hear that question a lot. Doctors also hear a variation of this confusion. “It looks like dementia,” they might tell a patient, and he or she (or a family member) replies with relief, “Whew! At least it’s not Alzheimer’s!”
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