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EuroBuzz Video: Day 1

EuroBuzz Video: Day 1

Watch the full video of EuroBuzz day 1 with Jeff Carroll and Ed Wild at the Euro-HD Network Meeting in Stockholm

Professor Ed WildSeptember 19, 2012

EuroBuzz News: Day 1

EuroBuzz News: Day 1

EuroBuzz news: Day 1. Ed and Jeff reporting from the European Huntington’s Disease Network meeting in Stockholm

Dr Jeff CarrollSeptember 14, 2012

High-power brain scans reveal sodium changes in HD

High-power brain scans reveal sodium changes in HD

A new brain scanning technique reveals high sodium levels in HD brains. How might this help clinical trials?

Dr James ColeAugust 22, 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

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

2012 Therapeutics Conference: a retrospective

2012 Therapeutics Conference: a retrospective

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

Professor Ed WildApril 03, 2012

HDYO! Huntington's Disease Youth Organization goes live

HDYO! Huntington's Disease Youth Organization goes live

The Huntington's Disease Youth Organization website has just launched and its website is now active at www.hdyo.org

Professor Ed WildFebruary 10, 2012