A woman with a 91 percent chance of contracting Alzheimer's disease, a leading neurologist and Alzheimer's expert, and their mission to tackle one of the scariest illnesses of our day. Fighting for My Life as a practical, helpful guide for any person impacted by the shadow of Alzheimer's Disease. Now available in trade paper.
Jamie Tyrone was forty-nine years old when she learned she had a genetic predisposition toward Alzheimer's disease. In fact, her genes translated to a 91 percent chance that she would contract the disease during her lifetime.
Yes, 91 percent. Almost a guarantee.
As a former nurse, and with her family's history of suffering from Alzheimer's, Jamie knew what she was up against. But she decided to take action rather than concede defeat. She started by founding B.A.B.E.S (Beating Alzheimer's By Embracing Science) to raise money and awareness in the search for a cure. Energized by that community, Jamie teamed up with renowned neurologist Dr. Marwan Sabbagh to write Fighting for My Life as a practical, helpful guide for any person impacted by the shadow of Alzheimer's Disease.
In Fighting for My Life, readers will:
With cutting-edge medical guidance from Dr. Sabbagh about the true nature of Alzheimer's, the risks involved, and daily steps you can take to protect yourself against the disease, Jamie's story will encourage and empower you.