Huntington's Disease | Dementia Society of America

"This inherited disease causes certain nerve cells in your brain and spinal cord to waste away. Signs and symptoms usually appear during your 30s or 40s. People may experience personality changes, such as irritability or anxiety. The condition causes a severe decline in thinking (cognitive) skills over time [Dementia].

Huntington's disease also causes weakness and difficulty with walking and movement."

 

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November 2019