Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Inheriting early-onset ALZ


Congratulations to Niki Kapsambelis for her new book on one family's coping with inherited Alzheimer's Disease.

The Inheritance is about the six children of Galen and Gail DeMoe; all six have a 50% chance 

Read this review and interview by John Williams in the New York Times today:



1 comment:

Brooke Elizabeth said...

Having Dementia disease knocked my grandma off her life and had her living like a mad person, I did know how the better part of her life eluded her, my mind was completely splatted in two, She showed a severe decline in her mental and cognitive skills in the last few years of her life and her quality of life had deteriorated greatly in the last 3 years of life where she was mostly bedridden. I am very glad my partner sought help and now she is free from all signs of psychosis. She was healed through the herbal medicines from Dr Charanjit, I do not wish to go the same route and I manage to live a fairly active and healthy lifestyle.
Here are her words "Finally, can you imagine what it would feel like to be NORMAL again, like I were before I was struck down by this horrible condition that you never asked for, and don’t deserve?" Sounds great doesn't it?
You can contact him via email charantova@gmail.com He is well known for his groundbreaking treatments concerning the brain and mind issues.