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Switzerland’s Margaret Manning of SixtyandMe.com had a great interview which unravels the myths and stigmas of dementia. These two woman, talk in everyday language so it’s easy to understand and listen to. Listen in and gain new insights about dementia.
Listen to Margaret Manning and Lori La Bey’s as they casually yet compassionately discuss what life is really like with dementia.
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