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@carollc

I truly appreciate this information. The more information we have about the progress of MCI the better we can handle caring for our loved one. It is truly an insidious disease. It robs the person of their dignity and purpose in life. It breaks my heart to watch my husband realize he can’t do things that use to be so simple for him to do. Thank you for any and all information you can share with us! Carol

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It is heart crushing.

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