John C. Morris, Expert

Washington University School of Medicine professor John C. Morris directs the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center in St. Louis.

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Why do Alzheimer's patients remember certain things and forget others? — Sep 03, 2007
Alzheimer's disease affects recent memories first. The retention of new information is most affected, while recollections of things that happened in the past are much more ...
Is it common for Alzheimer's patients to have good and bad days with their memory? — Aug 27, 2007
In early Alzheimer's, your mother may have both good days when she seems like her old self, and bad days when she's very forgetful or confused. As professionals, we don't a...