Emma Heming Willis raises awareness for frontotemporal dementia
Emma Heming Willis, the wife of actor Bruce Willis, has been actively raising awareness for frontotemporal dementia (FTD) since her husband’s diagnosis. In a heartfelt Instagram video, Emma shared that there is currently no cure for FTD, a disease that affects the front and temporal lobes of the brain. She emphasized the importance of raising awareness for FTD and expressed her hope that others will learn and find support within the FTD community. Fans have shown their support for Emma’s campaign, praising her for her efforts in raising awareness.
Bruce Willis diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia
Earlier this year, Bruce Willis’s family announced that the 68-year-old actor had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia. This diagnosis came after Bruce experienced aphasia, a language disorder. Frontotemporal dementia is a rare form of dementia that gradually affects behavior and language by targeting the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. Bruce made the decision to retire from acting following his diagnosis.
Support and gratitude for Emma’s awareness campaign
Emma’s followers have expressed their gratitude and support for her efforts in raising awareness for FTD. Many have commended her for being a positive role model and thanked her for bringing attention to this important subject. Emma’s campaign aims to let other families affected by FTD know that they are not alone and that there is understanding and hope within the FTD community.
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