In the case of the woman with Huntington's chorea
, her sister would have a 50 percent chance of having inherited the gene and a 50 percent chance that if she has it she will pass it on to a child.
They ruled out everything else, such as MS, Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea
, before calling me into say they had bad news.
For example, the gene for the devastating disease Huntington's chorea
is found on chromosome 4.
And it could solve the mysteries of inherited conditions such as cystic fibrosis, Huntington's chorea
, sickle cell anaemia and even Alzheimer's disease.
The People's story was read by Mrs Mauveen Jones (then Mrs Mauveen Hart) who wrote the letter reprinted alongside, in which she explained that four of her family also had the illness, then called Huntington's Chorea
Another shrink reports a case where a Minnesota case manager was unwilling to agree to pay for extra hospital days for a 23-year-old woman who was suicidal, had lost her therapist, and was diagnosed with Huntington's chorea
(a deadly neurological affliction that kills all its victims, like Lou Gehrig's disease).
Q: The fact that your father and grandmother died of Huntington's chorea
, a fatal genetic disease-did that push you to do AIDS work?
S's situation could have benefited greatly from contact with the Huntington's Chorea
Diseases such as Huntington's Chorea
, Parkinson's Disease, and spinal cord injuries are just some examples of potential clinical applications where stem cells can offer potential benefits in halting or even reversing medical conditions that previously had no positive outcome potential - and induced pluripotent stem cells represent a preferred cell type for this type of disease reversal research.
for the treatment of movement disorders associated with Huntington's chorea
The prevalence of Huntington's chorea
in South Africa.