03:09 AM EDT 11/20/2014
Originally posted 11/12/2014 05:20PM
After getting diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011, Glen Campbell embarked on a tour with more than 150 dates, performing to packed stadiums across the country.
Originally posted 10/15/2014 02:45PM
It's been three years since Glen Campbell first opened up to PEOPLE about his battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Originally posted 10/06/2014 06:45PM
When Seth Rogen's wife Lauren Miller's mother was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease, the comedian knew he wanted to do something to help, but he didn't know how to go about it.
Originally posted 09/02/2014 01:25PM
Not only did Georgia resident Kelly Gunderson witness a rare moment of lucidity in her Alzheimer's-diagnosed mother, she just happened to capture it on video.
Originally posted 06/26/2014 07:00AM
After moving her husband Glen Campbell into a full-time care facility in April, Kim Woolen faced criticism from the public, to say nothing of the singer's eldest daughter, Debby.
Originally posted 06/06/2014 08:20AM
B. Smith has been a pioneer in everything she's ever done. But her new challenge is the most daunting of all, as the legendary model, designer and restaurateur revealed Thursday that she has Alzheimer's disease.
Originally posted 06/04/2014 12:30PM
Doris and Melvyn Amrine have been married for 60 years, creating countless cherished memories during their decades together, reports CBS Sunday Morning. Sadly, some of these moments are beginning to slip away from Melvyn, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2011.
Originally posted 05/12/2014 04:00PM
More than three years into his battle with Alzheimer's, Glen Campbell can no longer do what's been second nature for him for most of his life – perform.
Originally posted 04/16/2014 06:35PM
Glen Campbell has been suffering from Alzheimer's for over three years, but the Grammy-winning singer, 78, has recently moved into a facility, PEOPLE has confirmed.
Originally posted 02/27/2014 11:00AM
He may be "a lazy, self-involved man-child" (his own words), but that doesn't mean Seth Rogen isn't politically active.
The Knocked Up star took a break from parodying Kanye West videos to attend a meeting of Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Wednesday to testify in favor of increased federal funding for Alzheimer's research. The actor runs a charity event, Hilarity for Charity, that raises money for the National Alzheimer's Foundation.
Mixing quips and compassion, the actor pleaded with Congress to do more in the fight against the disease.
"I've personally seen the massive amount of financial strain this disease causes, and if the American people ever decide to reject genitalia-driven comedy, I will no longer be able to afford it," he said. "I can't begin to imagine how people with more limited incomes are dealing with this ... I'm here, simply, to show people that they are not alone."
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