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Alzheimer's Disease #298901

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 25, 1984
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(Studio) Harvard medical school's possible breakthrough in Alzheimer's disease research reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Milwaukee, WI) Mt. Sinai day care center for Alzheimer's victims featured; Lorraine Young's case cited as example [Laverne YOUNG - takes sister's worsening condition day by day.] [Day care director Barbara KEYES - explains purpose of program.] Program's cost outlined. Alzheimer's impact on humans described. [Wilma BERG - describes impact of husband's condition on her.] Program's focus on families as well as patients noted. [Mary HODEL, Nan JACOBY, Lorraine NAGLER, Verona MUELLER, Laverne YOUNG - describe psychological effect of disease on families; note day care program's benefits for them.] [KEYES - notes patients enjoy program.]
REPORTER: Karen Stone

Schieffer, Bob;
Stone, Karen

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