The Rare Dementias: Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

4 Apr

The blog Going Gentle Into That Good Night begins a series on the rare types of dementia.

Going Gentle Into That Good Night

This post will begin a continuing series of posts that looks at rare types of dementia. Today’s post will look at the dementia of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy.

Since this blog is primarily original and unique content that provides real education and real resources and understandable information that you can actually use (you’ve no doubt noticed that, unlike many of the blogs that purport to “talk” about Alzheimer’s Disease and dementias, Going Gentle Into That Good Night does not flood your email each day with many, many blog posts that are either old news, political advocacy, or simply forwarded items from some other source, but instead does the medical and scientific research and translates that into usable and practical information for you), I  will provide a clarification that I often do here.

Too many times, I hear the term “Alzheimer’s Disease” used to characterize any and all neurological damage, decline, and death.

That characterization…

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