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Who has the toughest time: people with Alzheimer’s or their caregivers?

Every case of Alzheimer’s disease is as unique as the individual with the disease, and every caregiver brings unique traits to their caregiving journey. Each configuration, also, has different resources, different support systems and different coping skills. Thus, there is no one answer, and if there were the answer would likely change, depending on the challenges of any particular day. 

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