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Alzheimer’s Disease: Mystery No More

It was once so common to be forgetful in old age that it was thought to be normal. But normal aging only includes things like tip-of-tongue memory loss and forgetting faces.

Dr. Weisman interviewed in Neurology Insights

Dr. Weisman has been interviewed in a new article in Neurology Insights regarding the unique challenges faced by Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers during the pandemic.

Dr. Weisman interviewed on Boomer Living podcast

“If you have a loved one with dementia, you know this can be a heart-wrenching process. You cannot change the person. . . . You have to meet them where they are, roll with it, and speak with love and patience. It was a pleasure to speak to Dr. David Weisman, a neurologist.”

MS Physician Newsletter October 2019

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system misrecognizes part of the brain called myelin.