CLINICIAN’S CORNER PERSPECTIVES ON CARE AT THE CLOSE OF LIFE Alzheimer Disease

  • “It’s Okay
  • Published 2002

Abstract

THE PATIENT’S STORY Mrs R, an 80-year-old African American woman with a long history of diabetes, had Alzheimer disease (AD) for 9 years before her death. She was a junior college graduate who had worked in state government and later, according to her daughter, was the first African American manager in a major department store. At age 71 years, she was… (More)

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@inproceedings{Okay2002CLINICIANSCP, title={CLINICIAN’S CORNER PERSPECTIVES ON CARE AT THE CLOSE OF LIFE Alzheimer Disease}, author={“It’s Okay}, year={2002} }