by Carol W. Berman, M.D.
You finally convince your spouse to go to the doctor with you. He’s only in his late 60s, but lately he’s been forgetting where his car keys are, losing words and getting lost when he goes out alone. You’ve been worried for a while, so you’re relieved your spouse is willing to see a professional.
The doctor, a neurologist, is a tall, distinguished researcher in his late 50s. He wears a long…