When All Isn’t Enough to Foil Alzheimer’s – NYTimes.com

Alzheimer’s disease had been on his radar ever since his own father died of it. Witnessing the catastrophic deterioration of a man who had been sharp enough to work for Gen. Douglas MacArthur, my frightened father was inspired to become a neurologist. Perhaps the pursuit of medicine could stave off what he believed was a genetic inevitability.

As an ever-present reminder of that threat, he kept an atrophied brain in a jar on his desk. That brain, I recently discovered, belonged to his father.



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Enjoy standing next to my beautiful wife who certainly makes me look good. Just trying to make sense of a world gone awry. My message for everyone...trust in God and hold on tight. We are past the point no return.
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