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I read a touching, educational, emotional book and reviewed it for my Our Alzheimer's blog. Titled "Alzheimer's from the Inside Out," the book is Richard Taylor's chronicle of the journey into the tangled web of Alzheimer's disease. I highly recommend the book, if you are at all interested in what is likely going on inside the brain of someone with dementia.

I began the review with a quote from Taylor's book:

When I first stumbled across Dr. Alzheimer in my brain, he was an occasional nuisance. He would empty a room full of memories here and there, and cause a couple of doors to stick, but I devised strategies to get around his tricks. Later, he became a frustrating pain...Now, he is a constant companion.”

Full review:


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