Former Intel Executive Discusses Her Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

By Being Patient | May 10th, 2019

Former Intel executive, Pam Montana, was diagnosed with younger-onset Alzheimer’s at 61 years old. Today, she is an Alzheimer’s advocate, who has traveled the globe telling her story in front of Congress and on platforms like PBS.

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