In the world of FTD, every story advances the science. 

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The FTD Disorders Registry is a powerful tool in the movement to create therapies and find a cure. Together we can help change the course of the disease and put an end to FTD.


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What is the FTD Disorders Registry?

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The Registry is an online database that collects information from those affected by all types of frontotemporal degeneration (FTD):

  •  behavioral variant FTD (bvFTD)
  •  primary progressive aphasias (PPA)
  •  progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP)
  •  corticobasal degeneration (CBD)
  •  FTD with motor neuron disease (also called FTD-ALS)

Persons diagnosed, current and former caregivers, family, and friends can join. As a member of the Registry, you can help us advance the science and move faster toward finding treatments and cures. The first step is simple:

Join the Registry. Tell your story. Advance the science.

And Now We Work Together > Will you join the community working to end FTD?
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FEATURED STUDY: FOXY-Intranasal Oxytocin for FTD

Having a specific treatment to address behavioral issues in persons diagnosed with frontotemporal degeneration (FTD) would provide some much-needed relief and may help return quality of life to those affected and their caregivers. 

FOXY: A Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Intranasal Oxytocin for Frontotemporal Dementia seeks to assess the safety, tolerability, and effectiveness of one such potential treatment by targeting apathy, loss of interest, and lack of empathy.

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Ways to Help

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Be part of the community working to end FTD. Every voice counts.


Participate in Research

Support the science for an FTD cure. Sign up here.

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Spread the Word

Invite family and friends to join the growing FTD Registry.

 Be an advocate

 Raise awareness

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