Excitement as Trial Shows Huntington’s Drug Could Slow Progress of Disease

MRI scan of a healthy brain. Image taken from The Guardian.


Hannah Devlin — The Guardian

A new drug has been shown to have positive effects on slowing down or even suppressing the effects of Huntington’s Disease, a genetic illness that causes nerve cells to break down and damage the brain. The University College London Huntington’s Disease Center led this groundbreaking discovery, exciting the entire scientific community. The new drug used has the potential to be cures for other fatal brain diseases in the future.

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Natan Hekmatjah

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