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Tune in Sept. 15 on PBS: "Living with Alzheimer's"

Tune in Sept. 15 on PBS: "Living with Alzheimer's"
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September 10, 2009
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Tune in Sept. 15 on PBS: "Living with Alzheimer's"

Segment is part of PBS "Retirement Revolution: The New Reality" with Paula Zahn

On Tuesday, Sept. 15, PBS will air "Retirement Revolution: The New Reality." This eight-topic program hosted by Paula Zahn looks at the stories of everyday people who have found ways not only to survive but thrive in retirement after the recession.

The "Living with Alzheimer's" segment features interviews with Alzheimer's Association experts Dr. Bill Thies and Beth Kallmyer, as well as Early-Stage Advisors Mimi Steffen and Gary Shelton. The segment also shares information about current research and the benefits of early diagnosis.   

You can find local listings, additional show information and videos at the Retirement Revolution Web site.

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