Stories of Hope

It has been more than ten years since Bill Heibein received a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. He was 55 years old, and was having a hard time in his job as a public accountant -- missing meetings, forgetting names, and losing his train of thought. "I was angry", says Bill of the diagnosis, "and I wasn't looking forward to everything they said was supposed to happen with the disease. I was told that with my early diagnosis, based on average, I could expect maybe five good years left." 

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