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Claire / Keith Fargo / Alzheimer's Association #1167288

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016
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There is promising news tonight in the fight against dementia. While it's been expected to skyrocket in the coming years as America ages there are signs the trend could be stopped especially for the second most common kind of dementia. After Alzheimer's and as NBC Joe Fryer reports doctors say the reason has as much to do with the heart as it does with the brain. For Cynthia Hughling Humble dementia is a family battle. Five years ago she was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment nearly two ye...
Reporter(s):
Joe Fryer
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00:02:02

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