“It’s been a tough year,” she says. “I’ve got my mother living with me now. I didn’t think it would be quite like it turned out. She’s 85, and with frontal lobe dementia, she requires constant care. But what can I do? She’s my mother. And then there’s Meg—I’ve still got Meg at home. You remember Meg—” more»
Interested readers can now access my latest Humane Medicine column — Generational Medicine: The year of the great-grandmother — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.