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Most people dream of living a regular normal everyday life and watching their children grow up and have families of their own but for some people these dreams and all their memories from their past can be erased and lost in an ageless disease that affects more then four million Americans today Alzheimers Disease is a progressive disease that varies from person to person and robs its victims of their past and future Alzheimers Disease is known as the Great Eraser and turns everyday normal people into helpless and lifeless individuals who are left being cared for by a caregiver such as family or friends because they are unable to take care of themselves Not only does this disease affect the person who has the disease but also takes a great toll on the family members who have to live with the victims Alzheimers leaves family members feeling helpless sad confused and angry because they feel that there is more that they could do or that they could have done with them in the past when they were more healthier and were able to do more things Today more then 100000 Americans die each year from Alzheimers Disease The number of deaths keep rising and this is leaving families of the victims looking for answers to questions that not even scientists or doctors can figure out about the disease like why this disease is caused and how this disease can be cured Alzheimers Disease is a progressive and irreversible brain disorder that destroys mental and physical functioning in human beings and eventually leads to death not because of the disease itself but because the disease eventually causes the body to shutdown the parts a body needs to keep a person alive Alzheimers Disease is the fourth leading cause of deaths in adults Alzheimers Disease is a neurological disease that takes away a persons memory of their past and future Alzheimers Disease eventually causes a person
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