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Oct. 31, 2022: One woman’s journey with Alzheimer’s; Exploring a ghost town’s past

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48min 26sec
Courtesy Rebecca Chopp
Rebecca Chopp stepped down from her job as chancellor at the University of Denver in 2019 after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

Former University of Denver chancellor Rebecca Chopp talks about her Alzheimer’s diagnosis and what she’s doing to keep her mind and body healthy. Then, what researchers in Colorado are learning about Alzheimer’s and dementia. And, a spooky ghost town that was once a thriving mining town. Also, a new season for a resilient ballet company.