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Old 03-25-2009, 09:46 PM #1
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I have been studying dementia, Alzheimers and trying to understand where I fit into it all.

Then I found MCI and it makes sense. Most of what I am having problems with fits into the mold of MCI.

Those of you, like myself, who may not seem to fit into one category or another might look into it. I am encouraged to find it seems to fit me. My personal research has just started and I hope to find some more answers.
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I have been studying dementia, Alzheimers and trying to understand where I fit into it all.

Then I found MCI and it makes sense. Most of what I am having problems with fits into the mold of MCI.

Those of you, like myself, who may not seem to fit into one category or another might look into it. I am encouraged to find it seems to fit me. My personal research has just started and I hope to find some more answers.
Very interesting thought. I look forward to hearing more.
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Thank you this was so helpful.
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