Bill Floyd says his wife was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia but was unaware she had it, a common consequence of the condition. Physicians say patients are not in denial; they simply are not aware they have a problem. Floyd said bringing the subject up with his wife of 44 years was frustrating and led her to see him as an accuser. "Even at the very end, she had an absolute failure to recognize what was going on," he said.
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