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In Depth (Alzheimer's Disease) #707756

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 10, 2002
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The future for Americans like actor Charlton Heston who have Alzheimer's disease introduced.

(Oyster Bay, New York: Anne Thompson) A new kind of care for Alzheimer's patients featured; scenes shown from Long Island's Harbor House, a facility just for those with Alzheimer's disease. [Patient Theresa BRILLO‡- says you forget.] [Nurse Dana MOLESKI‡, administration Rita PORWICK‡- comment on working with the patients.] [Patient Beatrice Kaplan's son-in-law Roy TERAN†- says Mom just says "wonderful."]

Seigenthaler, John;
Thompson, Anne

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