Dr. William Pendlebury is a Professor of Pathology and Neurology and Director of the UVM Center on Aging and Fletcher Allen’s Memory Center. She spoke with Vermont Edition about the search for a cure for Alzheimer’s.
If you knew you were going to get Alzheimer’s
disease, how would you live your life differently? What would you want your
family and loved ones to do when you no longer remembered them? We’ll talk with Nancy Bercaw,
author of a new memoir about dealing with Alzheimer’s in the family.
Doctor Elliott Fisher, the new director of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice talks with Vermont Edition about some of the inherent problems in how health care is delivered.
It will be a lot quieter in the Statehouse this week. Over the past couple of weeks, the House and Senate spent many hours on the floor pushing priorities through one chamber or the other.
Now it’s back to committees again and some of the issues may sound pretty familiar. The Senate Appropriations Committee tackles the budget, for one. And legislators will also deal with unfinished business from Town Meeting Day