Actor Bruce Willis' condition has progressed to dementia, says family

Bruce Willis has been determined to have frontotemporal dementia, on Thursday, almost a year after the "Fanatic" establishment star resigned from acting because of aphasia that hampered his mental capacities.

"Since we reported Bruce's conclusion of aphasia in spring 2022, Bruce's condition has advanced and we presently have a more unambiguous finding: frontotemporal dementia

"Tragically, challenges with correspondence are only one side effect of the sickness Bruce faces. While this is difficult, it is a help to have a reasonable determination at last."

The assertion, to which the family joined a photograph of a grinning Willis at the ocean side, said there are no flow medicines for the infection.

The family said that they trusted Willis' analysis at 67 years old would carry more clarity of mind to doing combating FTD.

"As Bruce's condition progresses, we trust that any media consideration can be shone on focusing a light on this infection that requirements undeniably more mindfulness and exploration," the assertion said.

Frontotemporal degeneration is brought about by moderate nerve cell misfortune in the cerebrum's cerebrums or its worldly curves.


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