From the Associated Press on January 30, 2019.
CHICAGO – In a story of January 30th in companies that conducted dementia discussion with older workers, the Associated Press reported that former professor Maria Radnofsky had a rare form of leucoencephalopathy, which caused minor strokes, attacks and cognitive impairment. Although the disease can cause these conditions, Radnofsky says she did not suffer from seizures.
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