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World Former HSV Professional Jan Furok An Alzheimer's illuminated

17:11  04 october  2021
17:11  04 october  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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The former Bundesliga Professional Jan Furok has been ill for his wife to Alzheimer. This confirmed Anna Furtok the Polish Internet portal «Sportowefacty». The meanwhile 59-year-old Furtok was popularly popular in 1988 to 1993 as a striker at the Hamburg SV in Germany and then played football for Eintracht Frankfurt before he returned to his Polish home.

Der ehemalige Bundesligaprofi Jan Furtok ist nach Angaben seiner Ehefrau an Alzheimer erkrankt. © Kai-Uwe Wärner / DPA / Archive Image The former Bundesliga Profi Jan Furok is suffering from Alzheimer, according to his wife.

Anna Furtok described "Sportowefacty" the gradual deterioration in the state of the former national player. At first he had only forgotten little things, in the meantime he no longer recognizes his own reflection.

Coronial inquest into death of Alzheimer's patient John Bentley, who went missing from ECH care facility, begins .
An Adelaide man with Alzheimer's disease attending a Commonwealth-funded respite program went missing for up to 90 minutes on a 39-degree day before staff noticed, a coronial inquest has heard. John James Bentley was found dead in Adelaide's south in January 2017, two days after he was reported missing from his weekly respite care at ECH's Southern Day Program.A coronial inquest into the 80-year-old's death will probe whether improvements can be made to ensure the safety of dementia patients at Commonwealth-funded respite programs.

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