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tardive dyskinesia (TD)

Are you having body movements you can't control? If so, you may have TD.

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Talking About TD is for people with TD and their caregivers to find information and raise awareness about this condition.
Learn about how and why TD affects certain people, what it looks like, health and well-being considerations, and how the community can help.

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Talking About TD is for people with TD and their caregivers to find information and raise awareness about this condition.
Learn about how and why TD affects certain people, what it looks like, health and well-being considerations, and how the community can help.

Learn what TD looks like >

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