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Perspectives in FTD Research Webinar: Gene Therapy for FTD — What Do I Need to Know?

In the last several years, new clinical trials have begun for drugs that can potentially slow or…

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AFTD Webinar: Approaching a Cure — FTD Genetics and Clinical Trials

The landscape of FTD research has evolved tremendously over the last decade. FTD-causing genetic variants, and the…

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Perspectives in FTD Research Webinar: Why PSP and CBS Clinical Trials Matter

Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and corticobasal syndrome (CBS) are FTD disorders that primarily affect movement and are…

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AFTD Webinar: Grief, Loss, and Hope — Helping Families Living with FTD

FTD is the most common dementia for people under 60, and often occurs when there are teens…

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AFTD Webinar: Answering Questions and Providing Support — A Q&A with AFTD HelpLine Staff

Understanding and managing FTD can be overwhelming for those living with a diagnosis, their care partners, and…

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AFTD Webinar: Genetic FTD — To Test or Not to Test

The decision to learn one’s own genetic risk for developing FTD is highly personal. An individual’s test…

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AFTD Webinar: Treatment of Behavioral Variant Frontotemporal Degeneration

Join Dr. Simon Ducharme, a neuropsychiatrist, researcher, and expert specializing in FTD, as he presents on the…

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Perspectives in FTD Research Webinar: Brain Donations — Who, What, Where, When, and Why?

In this Perspectives in Research Webinar, presented jointly by AFTD and the FTD Disorders Registry, Dr. David…

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Differentiating Behavioral Variant FTD from Alzheimer’s and Other Disorders

AFTD Webinar: Differentiating Behavioral Variant FTD from Alzheimer’s and Other Disorders

Join Dr. Howard Rosen, a behavioral neurologist and FTD expert, as he presents a clear and practical…

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AFTD Webinar: The Promise of FTD Research Trials — What Should I Know About Current Drug Studies?

The science of FTD is quickly evolving. While several years ago, there were no experimental treatments for…

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