Daniel Gibbs

In more than 25 years of practice, neurologist Daniel Gibbs had seen many people with Alzheimer’s. And then, he started to notice signs that he might be headed in that direction—and knew he had genetic markers that predisposed him for the disease. In this rare account—written by a knowledgeable person in the early stages of Alzheimer’s—Dr. Gibbs paints a hopeful picture of the path forward for this devastating disease.

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