Frontotemporal Dementia explained

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FTD is a rare form of the disease which usually impacts those under 65, and starts in two specific areas of the brain.

Here we explore the symptoms, its impact on semantic knowledge, how sufferers frequently hide their symptoms, the loss of ‘filters’ which can make for challenging behaviour, what’s actually happening within the brain as the disease develops – all explained in terms we can all understand.

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