Frontotemporal degeneration

It’s the most common dementia for people under 60. But FTD, or Frontotemporal degeneration, is little known today, even for doctors.

As the disease progresses, the person affected may experience increasing difficulty in planning or organizing activities. They may behave inappropriately in social or work settings, and have trouble communicating with others, or relating to loved ones.

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