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Alzheimer’s cases set to soar as baby boomers age
Sacramento Bee

Marlene Goodman tried hard to answer the questions at the Sutter Medical Center’s Memory Clinic, but she didn’t know how.

She was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at age 54. Nine years later, dementia has stolen much from her: her memory, her language and writing skills, her ability to dress and feed herself, her past and her future.