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Bryan Alzheimer’s Center Publishes Question and Answer Series

A Duke physician and an Alzheimer’s educator have teamed up to publish a compelling question and answer series on the disease.

P. Murali Doraiswamy, Director of the Duke Neurocognitive Disorders Program, along with Lisa Gwytner of the Bryan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, published the findings in part to help dispel myths about the disease, and to educate families and caregivers.

Carillon Assisted Living is proud to be a partner of the Bryan Center at Duke, which is located near Carillon’s Durham community.

To read the series of articles, click here:



Posted in Perspectives on Alzheimer's on May 30, 2014

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