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When Frontotemporal Dementia Makes a Spouse a Stranger

You and I are in this together and I am not going anywhere. Alzheimer's Reading Room Families and caregivers of persons living with Frontotemporal Dementia often feel left out by the Alzheimer's community. That is not the case here in the Alzheimer's Reading Room. I picked the brand name long before I understood the different types of dementia. Everyone is included here.
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