My dad is really young to be going through Alz like he is. He is a late stage 7 and is only 64. The doctors say it has been sped up due to alcohol abuse. He is so healhy in so many ways...heart, lungs, liver, kidneys,etc. Does anyone have any experience with a situation like this? Will the Alz progress to the point that his body will shut down or can he continue to live indefinately at a late stge 7? I am trying to prepair myself.
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