The first doctor said depression.
The second said stroke.
No one said FTD.
GET TO KNOW FTD FACTS
60000+ People Affected in U.S
3.6 Average Years to an Accurate Diagnosis
0 Approved Treatments
WHAT IS FTD?
It’s the most common dementia for people under 60. But FTD, or Frontotemporal degeneration, is still far too little known today, even for doctors and health professionals.
AFTD works every day to raise awareness, advocate for change, improve quality of life for people affected by FTD, and drive research to a cure. If you’re looking to learn more, find support, or make a difference for families affected, you’ve come to the right place.
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AFTD was founded in 2002 by a single volunteer, Helen-Ann Comstock. Today, our work is led and driven by volunteers and individual donors. Together, we can achieve a world with compassionate care, effective support, and a future free of FTD. Will you help us achieve that goal?
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