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In her new book, “Memory’s Last Breath,” Gerda Saunders writes candidly about what her life is like after being diagnosed with dementia in her 60s. In an inspiring edition of our ongoing series Brain Power TODAY, she tells NBC special anchor Maria Shriver that she sees her condition as a gift.