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He Was Told He Had Alzheimer’s, but Discovered He Was Misdiagnosed

By | April 12th, 2019

Mike Belleville was told he had Alzheimer’s, but later found out he was wrongly diagnosed and living with Lewy body dementia. Could your Alzheimer’s diagnosis be another form of dementia?

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One thought on “He Was Told He Had Alzheimer’s, but Discovered He Was Misdiagnosed

  1. Does lewy body dementia cause jolts and sounds that wake you up when asleep or almost asleep. Also does it cause nausea. Have had nausea and loss of appetite for over a year that has caused me to lose 75 lbs. The Drs don’t have an answer.

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