Huntington’s disease research news. In plain language. Written by scientists. For the global HD community.
One of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, Novartis, has been working on treatments for HD for the last five years. HDBuzz interviewed Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at Novartis, to find out more about their progress.
A leading HD researcher is studying how well sheep adapt to change. Believe it or not, this work could be important for the development of cutting-edge treatments for HD.
CHDI Foundation, Inc. is a unique drug discovery organization focused exclusively on rapidly developing therapies that slow the progression of HD. It is the biggest funder and organizer of HD research worldwide, but many people affected by HD have never heard of it. During CHDI’s Annual Therapeutics Conference in Palm Springs, HDBuzz spoke exclusively to three of its scientific leaders.
Our third and final daily report from CHDI’s annual HD therapies meeting in Palm Springs, covering chemicals that can help neurons to survive, and insights into CHDI’s most advanced experimental drug programs.
Our second daily report from CHDI’s annual HD therapies meeting in Palm Springs, devoted to problems with energy generation and chemical pathways … and ways we might be able to fix them
In the first of our daily reports from CHDI’s annual HD therapies meeting in Palm Springs, we report on strategies to turn off the harmful gene and get brain cells communicating more effectively.
The connection between cellular energy levels and HD is more complicated than we previously thought, but in a way that opens a door to more possible treatments. It seems drugs that actually slow down the production of energy can rescue cells with the HD mutation from dysfunction and death.
Over the last few years, CHDI Inc. has become the largest single driving force behind the development HD treatments. CHDI’s annual therapeutics conference in Palm Springs, California, brings together pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies and researchers to share their latest, hottest findings and talk about the path to a cure. HDBuzz will be reporting from the conference – and we want your questions!
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