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Living Well with Alzheimer’s- Lisa’s Story of Getting Back to Herself

In this episode of Evolving Past Alzheimer’s,  Dr. Nate Bergman talks with Lisa, a woman in her early 70s living with Alzheimer’s. Lisa is a patient of Dr. Bergman at Kemper Cognitive Wellness.  Lisa is joined in this conversation by her daughters, Stacy and Natalie. They discuss the successes and challenges they have had as a family living with Alzheimer’s disease.  Lisa shares her thoughts about being diagnosed as well as the hope and results they have had since starting on a journey of living well with Alzheimer’s.

This episode is an important listen for anyone with doubts, reservations, or skepticism around a precision, functional medicine approach to the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

Note: names/identities were changed to preserve anonymity.

Listen in and let us know what you think: https://evolvingpast.com/podcast/living-well-with-alzheimers-lisas-story-of-getting-back-to-herself/

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