DNA repair is a critical process to cells, but errors in this process might explain 'repeat instability' in HD
Researchers discover a new way harmful fragments of the huntingtin protein are made in neurons.
Is access to predictive genetic testing for Huntington's disease a problem? A UBC study says it is.
A new genetic testing technique for HD has been reported. What does this mean for people at risk or already tested?
Animal models of Huntington's disease: what they tell us about the disease and how can they help develop new therapie
HDBuzz interviews Alice and Nancy Wexler, the sisters at the heart of the Hereditary Disease Foundation
A new job for a DNA-reading protein called SPT4 - controlling the balance of mutant and healthy huntingtin protein
Size isn't everything: new research suggests that only a person's big CAG count, not the small one, affects HD onset
Making babies: HDBuzz's feature article on fertility technologies that can help at-risk people to have HD-free childr