Articles with the topic: human

HDSA FAQ on the Roche/Genentech RG6042 program

HDSA FAQ on the Roche/Genentech RG6042 program

HDSA's frequently asked questions factsheet about the huntingtin-lowering trial ASO program was so good we stole it (with permission)

Leora FoxOctober 19, 2018

Kids sometimes get Huntington’s disease too

Kids sometimes get Huntington’s disease too

Finally, a big study that shows what childhood HD looks like. This will help us work out if new drugs work in children too

Dr Michael FlowerOctober 10, 2018

HDBuzz Enrolls in Enroll-HD

HDBuzz Enrolls in Enroll-HD

As promised, HDBuzz's Jeff Carroll finally signed up for the Enroll-HD study. Learn more about this important global HD "observational study" here.

Dr Jeff CarrollJuly 31, 2018

FDA approves a new drug for symptoms of Huntington's disease

FDA approves a new drug for symptoms of Huntington's disease

Deutetrabenazine becomes the first new drug in a decade licensed by the FDA for symptoms of Huntington's disease

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 05, 2017

Sorry folks, the PRIDE-HD trial did NOT show that Pridopidine slows the progression of Huntington's disease

Sorry folks, the PRIDE-HD trial did NOT show that Pridopidine slows the progression of Huntington's disease

HDBuzz helps untangle some bold claims about the just-announced results of the PRIDE-HD trial of pridopidine in HD

Dr Jeff CarrollSeptember 30, 2016

Ultra-rare mutations highlight the importance of the HD gene in brain development

Ultra-rare mutations highlight the importance of the HD gene in brain development

New technology enables researchers to find ultra-rare mutations in the HD gene, distinct from the one causing HD

Megan KrenchAugust 29, 2016

Deutetrabenazine for Huntington's disease: a positive trial but the FDA says no? Not exactly...

Deutetrabenazine for Huntington's disease: a positive trial but the FDA says no? Not exactly...

A new scientific paper & lots of headlines about deutetrabenazine, a twist on treating chorea in Huntington's disease

Dr Peter McColganAugust 17, 2016

Slightly long CAG repeats are more common than we thought

Slightly long CAG repeats are more common than we thought

A new population study reveals that relatively mild forms of the HD mutation are much more common than we thought

Dr Jeff CarrollJuly 05, 2016

Through a Broader Lens: Looking at Non-Motor Symptoms in HD

Through a Broader Lens: Looking at Non-Motor Symptoms in HD

Sleep deficits precede motor problems in HD

Melissa ChristiansonJanuary 25, 2016