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Early-onset Alzheimer’s strikes people in their 50s
Sacramento Bee

Starting in his early 50s, Lou Bordisso Jr. knew something was wrong.

One time, he got lost in a Macy’s store in San Francisco and couldn’t find his way out. Another time, expected in a meeting, he rode confused from floor to floor in one Financial District skyscraper, then the one next door.

“I could not for the life of me find the conference room,” said Bordisso. “Then one day, I couldn’t remember how to log in to my computer. That was the beginning.”