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Unformatted text preview: These patients usually die between 5-15 years. Adult and late onset forms of this disease are very rare, and usually develop between the ages in their early 20s and early 30s. The symptoms for late onset TSD are often commonly confused for LOTS which is a not fatal like TSD. The symptoms of late onset TSD, include speech and swallowing difficulties, unsteadiness of gait, cognitive decline, and psychiatric illness, like schizophrenia....
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- Spring '08