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Study Finds that Non-Pharmacological Therapies Are As Effective As Drugs for Alzheimer's Patients

One of the most frequently asked questions that I receive from caregivers is how can I get help with my parent or spouse who has Alzheimer's disease. Science has yet to find a cure for this mine-robbing disease, and most of the drugs available only delay or calm symptoms for a time. With or without the medications that can make Alzheimer's easier to manage, at least at some stages, the care needed is still delivered by human hands.

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