Retired clerk Margaret Tan saw her late mother transfer in the last decade of her life.
It started out with buying sprees because she could not remember the groceries she had at home. The tins of Ovaltine and milk powder stacked up.
As the years went by, she could no longer recognise her daughter or remember her name. And she spent her final years bedridden until her death at age 89 two years ago.
HEAD AND NECK;Brain;Nerves and Nervous System
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