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MADISON My fathers slow retreat in the face of Alzheimers Disease was typical of how it robs people of their lives. His degeneration was slow, at first, but gathered momentum over time. Independence turned to dependence. At the end, Claude Richmond Still was in otherwise fine physical shape for a man of 80, but his memory and even his ability to mumble more than a cogent word or two was gone. His......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 06/16/04


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