Every 3.2 seconds, a new case of Alzheimer's disease occurs somewhere in the world.
Culture, environment, upbringing, education, life experiences, social and economic events, genetics and past lives. Whatever we believe makes us unique as individuals, is contained deep within our psyche.
The mind is the vessel containing countless details and combinations that are configured making us who we are. Our identity takes the form of memories, aspirations, dreams, beliefs, desires, emotions and personality; this coded information is contained stored and cataloged. It could be said to be, the spirit of man, man’s identity.
The erosive, destructive, identity thief that is Alzheimer's disease, causes progressive damage to brain cells, resulting in the destruction and death of nerve cells. Over time it develops into memory failure, personality changes, problems carrying out daily activities and many other terminal symptoms.
This book (Vol.1) documents the complex information systems, transmitted and analyzed in the mind of patient X, an Alzheimer’s sufferer.
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