"[A] painful but important read for anyone who has lost a friend or relative to Alzheimer’s." - New Statesman - Sandeep Jauhar
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“[A] painful but important read for anyone who has lost a friend or relative to Alzheimer’s.” – New Statesman

“[A] painful but important read for anyone who has lost a friend or relative to Alzheimer’s.” – New Statesman

“In this intimate medical memoir, the cardiologist Sandeep Jauhar documents the decline of his father, a prominent research geneticist, after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. He asks: what remains of a person after their memory is gone? His father’s story is interwoven with the history and science of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, diseases that afflict at least six million adults in the US alone. Jauhar emphasises the importance of considering dementia from a social perspective…

[Jauhar’s] honest writing makes this a painful but important read for anyone who has lost a friend or relative to Alzheimer’s.”



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