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Couples Living with PPA Featured in Wisconsin Newspaper

Couples Living with PPA Featured in Wisconsin Newspaper

Two couples living with primary progressive aphasia (PPA) share their experiences of managing the disease and the…

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Movement Symptoms Associated with FTD Correlate with Greater Brainstem Atrophy

Movement Symptoms Associated with FTD Correlate with Greater Brainstem Atrophy, Study Finds

Persons diagnosed with FTD who exhibit extrapyramidal symptoms are likely to have significantly more brainstem atrophy and…

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Activist Living with FTD Discusses Dementia Advocacy in Asia in “Being Patient” Interview

Emily Ong, who lives with FTD, discussed her efforts to combat the challenges of dementia advocacy in…

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AFTD 2022 Education Conference Session Recordings Now Available on YouTube

Did you miss the AFTD Education Conference? Want to share a session that you found informative? Recordings…

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AFTD CEO Discusses FTD and ALS at 2022 Target ALS Annual Meeting

AFTD CEO Susan L-J Dickinson, MSGC, talked about FTD and its connection to ALS during an interview…

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National Minority Health Month Spotlight On…Abrar Tanveer, AFTD Volunteer

April is National Minority Health Month, a time to raise awareness about health disparities that continue to affect…

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AFTD Ambassador Discusses PPA on “Just Ask Dr. Macie” Show

AFTD Ambassador Katie Zenger, MPH, joined gerontology social worker and dementia-care educator Dr. Macie Smith for a…

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Neurofilament Light Potentially Useful as FTD Biomarker, Study Finds

Neurofilament light (NfL), a recognized biomarker linked to neurodegeneration, has been proven to be a useful blood-based…

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High School Basketball Players Honor Late Father Who Had FTD

Two high school basketball players in Connecticut dedicated their recent tournament run to their late father and…

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National Minority Health Month Spotlight On…Aisha Adkins, FTD Advocate

April is National Minority Health Month, a time to raise awareness about health disparities that continue to affect…

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