Just imagine forgetting everything that you have learned since you were born, from doing your work to even eating food. This is what is commonly seen in Alzheimer's disease, a progressive degenerative disease that affects the memory, thinking and social abilities of a person. Every year, September 21 is celebrated as World Alzheimer's Day to help bring awareness for this common, but much ignored problem. On this episode of Doctors On Call, we talk about the disease that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.
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