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Remembering How to Cope with Alzheimer's
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Remembering How to Cope with Alzheimer's

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Remembering How to Cope with Alzheimer's

Remembering How to Cope with Alzheimer's
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If you're hoping to hang on to your memory — or you dread the possibility of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's — you're not alone. Madeleine Brand talks with Sue Halpern about her new book Can't Remember What I Forgot: The Good News from the Front Lines on Memory Research.

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