Adam Sandler’s ’50 First Dates’ Inspired the Treatment of Real-Life Dementia Patients Who Didn’t Recognize Their Loved Ones

Adam Sandler, star of Billy Madison, The Wedding Singer, and many other movies, is a beloved actor. They are movies that make us laugh. Kind of goofy, sometimes touching, but mostly just a lot of fun to watch. However, one movie may stand out as a possible treatment option for real-life dementia patients.

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The 2004 movie 50 First Dates is all about loving someone who cannot remember that you love them. Much the same as Alzheimer’s and dementia patients, and their families often deal with.

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Adam Sandler’s ’50 First Dates’ Inspired the Treatment of Real-Life Dementia Patients Who Didn’t Recognize Their Loved Ones

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