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Alzheimer's Disease, A Humanitarian Crisis That Leaves Patients Needing Asylum

Over the past few decades, we’ve developed a meme about being a patient with severe stage dementia. Signs such as wanting to “go home” when in fact the person is home signify that there’s not much left of the person. His utterances are just short fictions. I’d like to suggest they're in fact real. Patients are telling us another chapter in one of life’s universal stories.
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