“I can’t change it (Alzheimer's diagnosis), but I can try to do something about it.” -- Pat Summitt
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
Summitt is now ready to take on her greatest challenge -- probable Alzheimer's disease.
It is impossible to know how young onset Alzheimer's will effect Pat's ability to coach this year. But, that is not the real issue here.
The real issue,
Pat Summitt has made her decision, she will continue to live her life.
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