Bruce Willis Diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia: Family Shares Major Update on Actor’s Health

Actor Bruce Willis has been diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), his family has confirmed. According to NBC News, the diagnosis comes after a battle with aphasia, a language disorder that affects the ability to understand and use language.

In a statement to PEOPLE, Willis’ family said his condition had “progressed” to FTD. The statement also said that Willis has been living with symptoms for the past few years, but his family had been hopeful that his condition would improve.

Fox News reported that Willis’ battle with aphasia began in 2019, when he began to experience difficulty with his speech. The actor’s family said that he had received treatment for the condition, but his condition had progressed to FTD.

CNN reported that Willis’ family shared an update on his health and new diagnosis. The statement said that Willis is receiving the best care possible and that his family is grateful for the support they have received from fans.

The Epoch Times reported that Willis’s family shared a major update on his health. The family said that Willis is in good spirits and is surrounded by love and support.

The family’s statement concluded by saying that they are asking for privacy during this difficult time.

This story is developing and more information will be available as it becomes available.