Alzheimer's Patients Speak Out
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Alzheimer's Patients Speak Out

At a town hall event held Monday in D.C. by the Alzheimer's Association, people in the early stages of the disease spoke about what living with Alzheimer's and Dementia is really like.Video by Jacqueline Refo & Anna Uhls/washingtonpost.comRelated Story: 'Man With Alzheimer's Fights 'Family Disease''

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