Catch up on all the latest Huntington's disease clinical trial news in this one stop shop article covering all of the recent developments in making medicines for Huntington's disease
The first group of 10 participants have been dosed in uniQure’s clinical trial of an HD gene therapy, and three new manuscripts describe safe, widespread huntingtin lowering in animals.
Wave Life Sciences shared the disappointing news that their two ASOs in Phase 1/2 trials in HD patients did not successfully lower mutant huntingtin.
Disappointing news from Roche and Ionis; the phase III Tominersen huntingtin-lowering trial has been halted early
A Chinese research team developed a new way to lower huntingtin protein indirectly, by targeting a protein called GPR52. The molecules they designed were protective in cells and in mice with HD.
While developing a drug called branaplam for patients with SMA, the pharmaceutical company Novartis discovered that it could hold promise for people with HD. The FDA has granted a special status called Orphan Drug Designation.
COVID-19 update: what does it mean for HD families, how does it impact HD research, and how has it changed the way science works?
HDBuzz reports from the annual Huntington’s disease therapeutics conference in Palm Springs
Wave Life Sciences announces that its antisense drug WVE-120102 has lowered mutant huntingtin protein in cerebrospinal fluid, but investors seem disappointed. Rather confusing – what do we know for sure?