Today my Mother met with a neurologist recommended by her primary doctor. Her Dr. wanted her to become familiar with him because she wanted him to become a part of the "team" caring for my Mother. After the Neurologist reviewed her medical history and the results of her PET scan, his findings were that she DID NOT have AD but was merely suffering from depression over the death of her second husband. My Mother sounded so releived...but what now? One doctor says yes and the other says no???
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