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How many people have Huntington’s Disease?

Actually, nobody can give a well documented answer to this question. The estimates of how many Huntington's disease patients there ...
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Good to Live – Russian “school” for Huntington’s disease families

In August, two Huntington's disease meetings took place in Russia. During the meetings, Huntington families learned more about the disease, ...
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First Huntington Meeting in Iceland

Friday, 18 September, the first ever Huntington meeting will take place in Iceland. The meeting can be attended both online ...
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EHDN Bridging Event: – It’s a really rich time for us to be involved in Huntington’s disease

At the moment, there is a lot of research being done in the Huntington’s disease field. As Sarah Tabrizi from ...
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Harry needs a hug: A story for children learning to deal with Huntington’s Disease

The brand new book Harry needs a hug helps children to understand how to deal with Huntington’s disease. The book ...
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Targeting Unstable Genes

Due to instability in the gene, Huntington’s disease symptoms may begin earlier in life. By targeting proteins involved in DNA ...
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EHDN Newsletter: A special pandemic issue

The European Huntington's Disease Network (EHDN) Newsletter appears three times a year. This year's second edition is dedicated to the ...
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Update from Wave: Webcast and Ongoing Huntington’s Disease Trials

On Tuesday 25 August, Wave Life Sciences is organising a webcast where they are planning to share exciting updates on ...
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How COVID-19 Impact Huntington’s Disease Families

Financial concerns, pressure on family life, but also closeness to beloved ones and support. Here is how coronavirus pandemic has ...
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