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Alzheimer’s tale brings laughter and tears

“I learnt how to cry again while writing this book.”

These are the words local business journalist Ted Keenan used to describe the process of putting into words many of his experiences with dementia.

Having some of the people closest to him suffer from the dreaded “Aunt Alzi”  [Alzheimer’s disease], Keenan was inspired to write, and after seven years in the making — with many ups and downs in between — his fiction novel is finally a finished product...

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