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April 05, 2013 
Monica Briceno (R) and her son Christian sit in her apartment before learning that her eviction has been... 
Madrid, Spain 
Monica Briceno and her son Christian sit in her apartment before learning that her eviction has been... 
Monica Briceno (R) and her son Christian sit in her apartment before learning that her eviction has been postponed in Madrid April 5, 2013. Briceno is a 70 year-old separated woman living on a pension of 364.90 euros ($475) and suffering from Alzheimer's disease. She has an advanced cognitive impairment and an eviction from what was her home for the last 40 years could cause irreparable damage. Clinical studies prove that to remove an Alzheimer patient from her usual place of residence and routines can accelerate the progress of the disease. She's been living in a cheap rental apartment (old rental system) in Madrid since 1974. In 2001, after her legal separation, a judge gave her single tenancy rights. She has always complied with her payment obligations but the homeowner now claims the house for personal use. Authorities have postponed her eviction until the 24th of May, while her unemployed son Christian tries to relocate her through social services to a place where she can be properly taken care off. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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