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Arthena Caston: ‘Living Joyfully’ as an African American with Alzheimer’s

By | March 5th, 2020

Being Patient spoke with Arthena Caston about the higher rates of Alzheimer’s disease among African Americans, her efforts to raise awareness in the community and her own diagnosis.

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