The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards until 15/07/2017
Huntington’s disease (HD) is a genetic neurodegenerative disease that results in brain cell death. As the brain cells die, people with HD can experience:
HD symptomology as it progresses can be unpredictable and as such a person can present with a combination of any of the above outlined symptoms. Following the onset of symptoms the average life expectancy is 15-25 years.
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