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Victoria
Thursday, October 31, 2013, 4:39am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from Maria Giovanna
My mom had Alzheimer for nearly 10 years Averno and died of colon cancer 15 days ago. Since 2004 to 2011 she was a  walking, active, self reliant for eating her food case of Alzheimer.


Maria, much love to you.     And blessings of peace to your family.



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oops here I join Averno dearest Maria Giovanna, condoleances for the loss of your mum


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Thanks all, the last days  we children  could not accept the great suffering she endured, she tried to speak again to ask help with all the painkillers and morphine, but eventually she was just freed , she could not go on living in that way. Thanks again


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Interesting. Benadryl?! I just gave my kid a benadryl tonight (it's hay fever season here...February, I know, it doesn't make sense to me either), so I'm all  

My grandmother (dad's mom) had dementia for a few years before she died at 86. I'm pretty sure she was an A or B, and probably had undiagnosed celiac (her mom died of colon cancer). Mom's mom was mentally sharp up until she passed at 86. She was A, not sure if A+ or A-, but one of her daughters is O-, so definitely had some of the Rh -.

Condolences to all who have had to suffer through dementia or Alzheimers with their loved ones. It was hard with my dad's mom.  She lived with us for a year before moving to an assisted living place and still sort of seemed to know who I was at that time, so it wasn't as bad as it could be. It was hard, though.


SWAMI Hunter or Explorer...probably an Explorer
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Alzheimer's 'breakthrough:' noninvasive ultrasound technique restores memory in mice

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/290801.php


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