Novartis have announced that they are ending development of the drug branaplam in Huntington’s disease. Here, we review this latest news and its impact on the HD community.
Following a 3-month pause in enrollment due to concerns about side effects, uniQure shared the good news that their trial of the HD gene therapy AMT-130 will continue as planned, with new safety measures in place.
Last week, PTC Therapeutics released a statement sharing that recruitment of participants into the US arm of the PIVOT-HD trial has been paused. In this article, we will lay out exactly what is known and what this announcement means.
Two companies developing medicines for Huntington’s disease announced news about their huntingtin-lowering drugs. Let’s talk about the history and the caveats surrounding these hopeful pieces of news.
Scientists have used powerful microscopes to look at sticky fragments of the Huntington’s disease protein, shedding light on these structures which are thought to drive the disease
Read updates from clinical trials and scientific research on Huntington’s disease from Day 4 of the 2022 HDF Milton Wexler Biennial Symposium #HDF2022
Read updates from clinical trials and scientific research on Huntington’s disease from Day 3 of the 2022 HDF Milton Wexler Biennial Symposium #HDF2022
After receiving a high dose of uniQure’s gene therapy for Huntington’s disease, a few patients experienced serious side effects, but are now recovering. HDBuzz explores what this means for the experimental huntingtin-lowering drug, AMT-130.
HDBuzz is saddened to share the news that the VIBRANT-HD trial of the oral huntingtin-lowering drug, branaplam, has been temporarily suspended for the safety of participants.