Thank you for the welcome messages. Yes, I've been looking further into this too, and my thoughts about Jill Price's condition is that perhaps her condition, if identified as communicable to others through specific therapy, could be used to 'turbo-boost' an existing memory system and for Alzheimer's sufferers perhaps introduce a normal level of recall. For example, would a brain biopsy reveal Ms. Price's brain cells to be as susceptible to Alzheimer's as the rest of us, or is there a form of natural chemical resistance there which ensures that no matter how the body attempts to reduce brain activity in areas of memory, it is prevented from doing so (maybe a natural immunity to the form of plaque build-up that Alzheimer's is believed to be symptomatic of?).
I'm not medically trained, but since research into Alzheimer's is so embryonic, I would like to believe that there are opportunities for this form of study to take place, especially given Ms. Price's noble willingness to submit herself for study to aid others.