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Join Our Next LiveTalk: “I Have Dementia and This Is How I Want to Be Treated”

Being Patient will speak with Phil Gutis, Mike Belleville, Geri Taylor, who are living with dementia, and Taylor’s husband Jim, about the stigmas of the illness and how people can become more attuned to the realities of individuals diagnosed with dementia.

LiveTalk: Friday, April 30 at 2 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. ET

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3 thoughts on “Join Our Next LiveTalk: “I Have Dementia and This Is How I Want to Be Treated”

  1. Are plasmalogens on anyone’s radar? As Apoe4/4, plasmalogen optimization is one of the most hopeful interventions I have found.

  2. I am a regular reader of being patient and have the disease myself. I look forward to the life talk. I have not been aware of them before.

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