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What is Primary Progressive Aphasia?
Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) is a type of dementia that may occur in individuals under the age of 65, it is a deficit of language functions. Due to brain cell degeneration, PPA affects speaking, comprehension of conversational speech, reading and writing.
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Distribution of females vs. males
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