Our memory makes us what we are and defines us, but the links between the nerve endings that form our neural network are tenuous and easily broken. As we age the memory becomes cloudy and we grope for memories as if in a fog. In illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease, the connections in the brain that recall memories gradually fail until nothing is left but a jumble of disconnected nerves.


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