By EDDIE TRIZZINO
Times West Virginian
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – J.T. Hunter’s mother worked for the Alzheimer’s Association from the time he was a child.
He didn’t know what kind of work she was doing, but would later experience the disease first-hand, when his grandmother began developing symptoms.
“I was in college in my last semester of criminal justice,” Hunter said. “I went to visit grandma on the weekend, and I noticed some strange things. They were big enough for me to think this was not a normal, age-related problem. She was telling me it was Christmas and it was May.
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