Dr. Bruce Miller

behavioral neurologist and founding director of Global Brain Health Institute at UCSF

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Doctors have noted that some dementia patients suddenly take up painting, welding, wood carving — even as their memory-loss symptoms worsen.

Humanizing illnesses: Why some dementia patients become creative whizzes

Doctors have noted that some dementia patients suddenly take up painting, welding, wood carving — even as their memory-loss symptoms worsen.

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