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Slow Dancing with a Stranger Lost and Found in the Age of Alzheimer's von Comer, Meryl (eBook)

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Slow Dancing with a Stranger

A New York Times BestsellerEmmy-award winning broadcast journalist and leading Alzheimers advocate Meryl Comers Slow Dancing With a Stranger is a profoundly personal, unflinching account of her husbands battle with Alzheimers disease that serves as a much-needed wake-up call to better understand and address a progressive and deadly affliction.When Meryl Comers husband Harvey Gralnick was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers disease in 1996, she watched as the man who headed hematology and oncology research at the National Institutes of Health started to misplace important documents and forget clinical details that had once been cataloged encyclopedically in his mind. With harrowing honesty, she brings readers face to face with this devastating condition and its effects on its victims and those who care for them. Detailing the daily realities and overwhelming responsibilities of caregiving, Comer sheds intensive light on this national health crisis, using her personal experiencesthe mistakes and the breakthroughsto put a face to a misunderstood disease, while revealing the facts everyone needs to know.Pragmatic and relentless, Meryl has dedicated herself to fighting Alzheimers and raising public awareness. Nothing I do is really about me; its all about making sure no one ends up like me, she writes. Deeply personal and illuminating, Slow Dancing With a Stranger offers insight and guidance for navigating Alzheimers challenges. It is also an urgent call to action for intensive research and a warning that we must prepare for the future, instead of being controlled by a disease and a healthcare system unable to fight it.

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 240
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780062130839
    Verlag: HarperOne
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