Morning North | Jan 3, 2013 | 7:14

The stigma of dementia

The Alzheimer Society is launching a new national campaign to address the stigma of dementia. We spoke to Lorraine LeBlanc, the executive director of the society for Sudbury-Mantioulin, to find out more.

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