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The Vanishing Mind : A Rare Form of Dementia Tests a Vow of ‘for Better, for Worse’

May 5, 2012, 9:19 am by New York Times - Health

Like many others, Ruth French finds herself grappling with her spouse’s frontotemporal dementia, a group of brain diseases that eat away at personality and language.

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