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Alzheimer's Disease / The O'Connors / "Lost Love" #878236

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 14, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Las Vegas: Gary Tuchman) The behavior of patients with Alzheimer's disease examined in light of the case of retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and her husband, John; scenes shown from an Alzheimer's group home in Las Vegas. [Las Vegas Alzheimer's and Memory Care Chris TAM†- talks about the behavior of Thomas and Josephine.] [Thomas' wife June SCHNYDER†- talks about her husband being with another woman.] [Son Scott O'CONNOR, Weill-Cornell school of medicine Dr. Gail SALTZ - talk about this lost love behavior.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Sonjay Gupta) The hallmarks of early and longer-term Alzheimer's disease, where memory is stored in the brain and the increasing rate of this kind of dementia discussed; inset photos of the O'Connors shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on Alzheimer's disease outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary;
Sonjay, Anderson Cooper,

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