November is Alzheimer's Awarness Month. Last week we spoke with a Lubbock family who's dealing with the disease. This week, we check in with Texas Tech's Chief of Geriatrics to talk about Alzheimer's. Dr. Andrew Dentino is Chief of Geriatrics at Texas Tech's Health Sciences Center. He tells us 1 in 20 people over the age of 65 have disease, and the older the person, the greater the chance of developing it. Dentino says a person forgetting familiar names and places is usually the first sign of Alzheimer's. He remains optimistic about finding a cure, "Alzheimer's is thankfully something that's static. That means we know what it is, we know what's causing it, and we're locked in on trying to find treatments."