Barbara White of Madison, Wis., says she'll never forget the sight of her mother's struggling with Alzheimer's disease. At times, she saw the disease slowly strip her mother away. But, she said, it also brought her siblings together.
"It's a real opportunity to just experience your parents in a very unconditional, soft way," White said. "Every day is a new day; every hour is a new hour, sometimes."
For years, treatment for Alzheimer's seemed to have little effect on patients' suffering...Full Story