Living with Alzheimer's: 'I'm Still Me' When Charles Jackson was 13, he learned that his mother's side of the family has a particular gene that can cause early-onset Alzheimer's. Now Jackson is coming to terms with how the disease will affect him — and his family.
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Living with Alzheimer's: 'I'm Still Me'

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Living with Alzheimer's: 'I'm Still Me'

Living with Alzheimer's: 'I'm Still Me'

Living with Alzheimer's: 'I'm Still Me'

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