Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Terry Pratchett has rare Alzheimer

Today is a bad day :-(



mat69 said...

Well that sucks.

Knowing to become more helpless than a baby in the long term - if they don't find something to "heal" it - is not a nice perspective.

My neighbour had "Alzheimer" (a form of it), at the end she was not able to eat, she simple forgot that need.
My grandfather also has "Alzheimer" (a form of it) and atm. he does not recognise his own children and actually it's getting worse.

So, yeah, that sucks.

Ian said...

Only one word for it.



Rafael Carreras said...


What he says:
"Frankly, I would prefer it if people kept things cheerful, because I think there's time for at least a few more books yet."