Ageing and Longevity

Middle Eastern cultures treasure the elderly, making Alzheimer's a complex scourge

A care home for the elderly in Amman, Jordan. Image: REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC1B0E0ECDD0

Mohamed Al-Olama
Frank Tarazi
Professor, Harvard Medical School
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