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Beginning Stage of Alzheimer’s For Jack Nicholson? Walk to End Alzheimer’s Downtown Evansville

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3-time Oscar-winning actor Jack Nicholson has quietly retired from acting according to a new report citing sources close to the 76-year-old actor. Radaronline and laist.com have reported the actor is suffering from memory loss and has no further plans to appear in any more movies.

Music legend Glen Campbell recently stepped aside from the performing spotlight due to his progressing condition of Alzheimer’s, which he revealed publicly in 2011.

Nicholson has not been diagnosed with the memory debilitating disease, but has “memory issues” creating suspicion of the beginning stages of Alzheimer’s.

‘How Do You Know’ is the most recent film for Nicholson, who played a supporting role along side Paul Rudd and Reese Witherspoon.  A starring role in ‘Nebraska,’  was offered, but Nicholson turned the project down.  The role would have reunited him with ‘About Schmidt’ director Alexander Payne.  We will undoubtedly see Jack Nicholson court-side the L.A. Lakers next season and enjoying a more relaxing life at his home in Los Angeles.

Progress has been recently made in medications for Alzheimer’s patients.  Researchers have indicated reducing brain inflammation may help defeat the disease. Individuals and teams supporting the Walks all around America have so far helped the Alzheimer’s Association make great strides to defeat the disease.  Alzheimer’s is the only cause of death among the top 10 in America without a way to prevent it, cure it, or even slow its progression. Read more about this incredible progress here http://bit.ly/14CnF9v.

Saturday, September 21st | 9:00 am Registration | 10:00 am Walk
101 Northwest 4th Street
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Coordinator: Karen Oldham
Phone: 812-475-1012, or (812) 464-1200

 

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