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NPR Illinois' Community Voices: Dr. Erin Hascup

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Dr. Erin Hascup, director of the Dale and Deborah Smith Center for Alzheimer's Research and Treatment, sat down with NPR Illinois' Vanessa Ferguson to discuss the latest in Alzheimer's disease on the program, Community Voices.

From research to available treatments to the Beyond the Medical Center programs, hear how Alzheimer's disease and related disorders affect our community and how the Smith Alzheimer's Center to working to continually improve care for patients and their caregivers, as well as discover ways to slow the progression of the disease.

Listen to their conversation here.

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