Dementia patient says worst part is being aware she's unaware

09/25/2012 | Wausau Daily Herald (Wis.), The

A 46-year-old Wausau, Wis., woman with frontotemporal degeneration is blogging about how her life is changing as the disease progresses. Experts believe it is important that patients and families understand the stages of the disease and how memory and cognitive abilities will deteriorate. "The worst part is, I'm aware that I'm unaware," Julie Krueger says.

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