Alzheimer's in the Frame shows anyone can get the disease

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Alzheimer's in the Frame shows anyone can get the disease

The Alzheimer's show in Mayfair's Gallery Elena Shchukina  features 16 original portraits of famous icons with dementia created by a range of talented artists. Famous names depicted include Baroness Margaret Thatcher, Sir Harold Wilson, Charles Bronson, Prunella Scales and Sugar Ray Robinson, among others. The artwork is intended to demonstrate that no one is immune from Alzheimer's disease… even the most driven, successful and charismatic individuals could be at risk.

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