Author Pratchett Won't Stop Fighting
When best-selling fantasy writer Sir Terry Pratchett was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in December, 2007 at age 59 - he resolved to "not go down without a fight."
Pratchett invited the BBC to document the ups and downs of day to day life with the Disease, and the result is being aired in the U.K. next week.
The story is covered by Telegraph Media's Editor Anita Singh.
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