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Lisa Genova

Join Our Next LiveTalk: Demystifying Memories in Health, Aging and Disease

By Nicholas Chan | Monday June 21st at 05:00 PM ET / 02:00 PM PT

In her new book Remember, neuroscientist Lisa Genova explores the science behind why we forget and remember in daily life, and what happens to our memories in aging and Alzheimer’s. Being Patient will speak with Genova, who has authored novels including Still Alice, about the powers and limitations of our cognitive functions — and steps we can take to not only improve our relationship with memories, but also to enhance our ability to remember.

 

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