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Alzheimer’s risk higher in blacks
Monterey Herald

The close-knit siblings began to notice little things about their mother, Roberta Randolph. She started to repeat phrases. She would drive somewhere and forget where she was going. She began wearing the same clothes over and over again.

Many families miss or ignore such warning signs. But because daughter Dolores Durley was a certified nurse assistant who had worked with Alzheimer’s patients, she took her mother in for testing and quickly got a diagnosis.