Guest Host: Susan Page

Research on Alzheimer’s focuses on two areas of the human condition that are perhaps least understood: aging and the brain. A panel talks about the devastating disease that can take away memory, personality, and basic cognition, a painful process for the patient but also for friends, loved ones, and caregivers.

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  • Sarah Harris caregiver to her husband who was diagnosed as having Aszheimers two years ago at the age of 55
  • Dr. Dean Storer associate clinical professor of geriatric psychiatry at George Washington University
  • Dr. Marcelle Morrison-Bogorad associate director of the neuroscience and neuropsychology of aging program at the National Institute on Aging

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