Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 9th, 2000
"People with Alzheimer's disease, when they're in long-term care, are the most vulnerable in our society," said Sharon Brinkman-Windle, a program specialist with West Virginia University's (WVU) Center on Aging.
Michael Splaine, director of the Alzheimer's Association in Washington, DC, said rural residents are part of a self-reliant culture, and some create a barrier to outside help from denial or "fear...
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