February 6th, 2015
Episode 122 of 1744 episodes
The actress Julianne Moore has been nominated for both a BAFTA and an Oscar for her role in 'Still Alice', a portrait of a woman in her 50s who develops Alzheimer's disease. Speaking to reporter Tom Bateman at the UK premier, Julianne Moore said: "So much is not known about the disease. So much hasn't been represented". "Only 5% of the Alzheimer's population is diagnosed with early onset because so often people think that dementia is a normal condition of ageing, when in fact it is not".
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