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This is very sad

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A terrible situation, I am quite sure that several snowHeads know or have met her on BASI courses or through ES in Verbier

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4851272/Husband-couldn-t-believe-no-cure.html
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Not met her, but horrible...
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
That's so sad to happen to anyone, but at that age it's awful. Crying or Very sad
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It's gut-wrenchingly sad, she was one of the most vivacious people you could ever meet. Her family are being so brave with their fund raising.
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Terrible. She's gone downhill very quickly, is that the same for older dementia sufferers?

The Daily Mail article started to repeat itself at the end.
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Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
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Life can be so cruel sometimes Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
Best wishes to all involved
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bloody hell Sad
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Saw the same story in the Times, absolutely tragic, poor family.
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Very sad. Seems worse because dementia is seen as an "old person's disease". The incredulity of the young husband at its being incurable is quite telling. Most older people are only too well aware of that! I don't know whether it progresses quicker in the young - the progress of the disease is fairly unpredictable at any age - but this is a very specific form of dementia. I know of older people with Alzheimers who have deteriorated only very slowly as well as people who lost some critical faculties frighteningly fast, whilst hanging on to others.
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