Est. 200,000 Americans Living With Early Alzheimer's -- and They Have Not Hit 65

At the age of 46, Jay Jones started to change. The owner of a $20 million yacht dealership and married for only two years to his wife, Laura, Jones noticed subtle differences. His wife began noticing them, too. "The beginning was the personality changes," Laura Jones said. "He was more agitated. He was more nervous and then getting lost." What the couple would find out was that he had developed an early-onset form of Alzheimer's, which was slowly robbing him of an otherwise healthy life...Full Story
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