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What does the phrase degenerative brain disease mean as used in the following sentence from the passage? Alzheimer's is a degenerative brain disease that can cause memory loss, disorientation, and changes in personality. A. dysfunction of the brain stem B. deterioration of brain tissue C. demoralization of the brain D. disagreement between brain tissue and nerve cells

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B
I'm not 100% but I believe it is B
I would say D

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You can read here :http://www.brightfocus.org/alzheimers/about/understanding/brain-nerve-cells.html
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I would think B because Alzheimer's over time breaks down the brain.

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