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La epidemia de Alzheimer con Larry King (inglés)

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Extracto de la entrevista de Larry King con el Dr. Drew Pinsky “La epidemia Alzheimer: algo impensable” (inglés)

TV icon Larry King sat down with Dr. Drew on Friday's show to discuss his powerful documentary regarding the growing Alzheimer's epidemic in America.Drew also spoke to Larry about some hot button current issues, plus he takes calls and questions from viewers.
La epidemia de Alzheimer con Larry King (ingles)
Icono de la televisión Larry King se sentó con el Dr. Drew en el programa del viernes para discutir su documental de gran alcance con respecto a la creciente epidemia de la enfermedad de Alzheimer en Estados Unidos.Drew también se refirió a Larry sobre algunos temas de actualidad, además de recibir llamadas y preguntas de los espectadores. (traducción de google)
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Larry King's CNN Alzheimer's Special Talks With Celebrities Touched By The Disease
NEW YORK -- In his first CNN special since stepping down from his nightly talk show, Larry King visits a Las Vegas clinic where Alzheimer's disease is studied. He is accompanied by former President Ronald Reagan's son Ron.
One of the men takes a brain scan to reveal whether he is at risk of developing Alzheimer's or other memory disorders. The other declines.
King, trying to pump up interest for the show, won't say in advance which is which. Reagan and King had visited the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health at the Cleveland Clinic to learn about advances in treating the incurable memory disorder.
King's special, "Unthinkable: The Alzheimer's Epidemic," airs Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT/PDT on CNN. It features interviews with several celebrities touched by the disease, including Maria Shriver, whose father Sargent Shriver had it, and actor Seth Rogen. The mother of Rogen's fiancée was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at age 55, and he wanted to talk about it to make clear that not only old people are affected.
King chose the topic for his first CNN special because "the disease has always fascinated me," he said.
King, who is 77, said he is healthy but, like many older people, Alzheimer's is something he's kept in the back of his mind. King is close with former first lady Nancy Reagan, who took care of her husband during his battle with Alzheimer's before dying in 2004.
"Every time I can't think of something, I get scared," said King, who urged people to seek medical attention if they suspect someone they know is showing symptoms (videos and more)
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