Does the HD mutation affect children's growth?

Does the HD mutation affect children's growth?

A small study suggests kids with the HD mutation but no symptoms have subtle differences in growth. What does it mean

Dr Ed WildAugust 07, 2012

'Induced' stem cells make exciting advances

'Induced' stem cells make exciting advances

Stem cells from HD patients: becoming important tools for researchers - and now correcting the HD mutation in the lab

Dr Jeff CarrollJuly 06, 2012

ASO gene silencing reaches further, lasts longer

ASO gene silencing reaches further, lasts longer

Silencing the Huntingtin gene using ASO drugs reaches further, lasts longer and is safe. Human trial soon?

Dr Nayana LahiriJune 21, 2012

Phosphodiesterase inhibitors: new HD drugs entering trials soon

Phosphodiesterase inhibitors: new HD drugs entering trials soon

CHDI and Pfizer announce exciting animal work and plans for a human trial with a drug targeting 'phosphodiesterases'.

Carly DesmondJune 07, 2012

Interview: CHDI's scientific team

Interview: CHDI's scientific team

HDBuzz interviews the top scientists from CHDI, the largest funder of Huntington's disease research in the world.

Dr Ed WildMay 18, 2012

Exercise increases cellular recycling

Exercise increases cellular recycling

Exercise boosts cellular recycling in mice. Could this be why exercise is also good for HD – or even help develop dru

Dr Tony HannanMay 11, 2012

The HDBuzz Prize for young science writers

The HDBuzz Prize for young science writers

Announcing the HDBuzz Prize for young science writers!

Dr Ed WildMay 03, 2012

What's the connection between Huntington's Disease and cancer?

What's the connection between Huntington's Disease and cancer?

HD patients are less likely to get cancer, according to a study from Sweden - what does this mean?

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 25, 2012

Closing the care gap: new guidelines for HD care

Closing the care gap: new guidelines for HD care

Closing the care gap: new guidelines to help every Huntington's disease patient get great care

Dr Ed WildApril 17, 2012

Stem-cell neurons make the right connections

Stem-cell neurons make the right connections

Replacing neurons in mice with stem cells works much better than expected, suggesting that replacement therapy might

Carly DesmondApril 13, 2012

2012 Therapeutics Conference: a retrospective

2012 Therapeutics Conference: a retrospective

HDBuzz looks back at the 2012 Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference

Dr Ed WildApril 03, 2012