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One woman's tough decisions in the face of a grim prediction for early onset Alzheimer's

One woman's tough decisions in the face of a grim prediction for early onset Alzheimer's
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May 15, 2018
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One woman's tough decisions in the face of a grim prediction for early onset Alzheimer's

robin_niki_tariot.jpgAt the Meeting of the Minds conference that took place in Rochester on May 15, Robin McIntyre shared a heartbreaking story of taking care of her mother Lori DeMoe, who died of a younger-onset Alzheimer’s, and her own determination to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s and become the first survivor.
 

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