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November 23, 2022
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Son who carries younger-onset gene shares his Alzheimer’s story
Juan Padilla Arriaga’s mother, Eva, was 44 years old when she was diagnosed with a rare form of younger-onset Alzheimer’s known as autosomal dominant and died at 51. Juan has tested positive for the PSEN1 gene that runs in his family; on our blog, he shares how he’s fighting for his future.

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Understanding behaviors can help caregivers manage Alzheimer's
As Alzheimer's and other dementias progress, the behavior of the person living with the disease will change — as does the role of caregivers. Changes in behavior can be challenging, but we have resources to help you through each stage.
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