Couple’s love strengthened by challenge of Alzheimer’s
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May 7, 2014
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Couple’s love strengthened by challenge of Alzheimer’s
Mike and Carol will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in June. Laughter, love and duty still hold them together as Carol's world shrinks due to Alzheimer’s disease and Mike's burden grows as her caregiver. CBS News updates their story, first reported in 2008.

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Part the Cloud breaks single-event fundraising record
The Part the Cloud gala benefiting Alzheimer's Association research efforts inspired Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to step up and take aim at fighting Alzheimer’s. This year’s event, held May 3, raised a record $4 million to advance Alzheimer's research, making it the largest one-day fundraiser in Association history.
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