A multiple sclerosis drug that works for Huntington’s disease: the real deal or too good to be true?
Thinking problems in Huntington’s disease take a huge toll from early in the disease. Now, new work suggests that aRead more.
Letter of thanks from Chorea Huntington, Austria
Following a speech EHA President Bea de Schepper made at the Huntington Symposium 2015 in Austria, we received the followingRead more.
Mapping the anatomy of HD: a whole-brain history
Though many scientists have focused on damage to a part of the brain called the striatum as a source ofRead more.
Thiol-disulfide Oxidoreductases TRX1 and TMX3 Decrease Neuronal Atrophy…
Thiol-disulfide Oxidoreductases TRX1 and TMX3 Decrease Neuronal Atrophy in a Lentiviral Mouse Model of Huntington’s Disease Below is an abstractRead more.
Huntington’s Research Sheds Light on Proteins’ Shift to Fibrous Solids
On Huntingtonsdiseasenews.com Ana Pampolna reports that recent research has shed light on how some proteins are converted into liquid droplets before becomingRead more.
Huntington’s Patients Often Also Suffer from Psychiatric Disorders
According to the findings of a recent study published in The American Journal of Psychiatry psychiatric manifestations develop more oftenRead more.
Story of search for Huntington’s cure wins science writing prize
Australian author and journalist Christine Kenneally has won The Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing for her article The PastRead more.
Liftoff: First humans treated with gene silencing drugs for HD!
Originally published on HD Buzz on October 19, 2015 (By Dr Jeff Carroll on October 22, 2015, Edited by DrRead more.