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green vanilla tea one family s extraordinary journey of love hope and remembering by marie williams 2014 marie williams writes poignantly of her husband dominic s struggles with early onset dementia and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis als at the age of 40 and how their family found hope amidst the wreckage of a mysterious neurological condition