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Recommendations for Geriatric Health
Written by Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD; Barbara Mainguy, MA; and Martha Tyler, RN, all affiliated with the Maine Dartmoth Family Medicine Residency's Geriatric Program (funded in part by the Gorman Foundation and by Coyote Institute).
Recent research is showing that frontotemporal dementia and motor neuron diseases (ALS being the prototype) are two ends of a continuum of one disease. Here's an article I found especially helpful and interesting: http://coyoteinstitute.us/geriatrics_resources.html