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Huntington Study Group education

Individuals with Huntington disease (HD) and their family members need the expertise of clinicians specializing in neurology, movement disorders, psychiatry, mental health, genetics, and palliative care, as well as ancillary and primary care providers at some point during the complex and progressive course of the disease.

Because the disease is so rare, little dedicated attention is given to HD disease in standard medical education programs, and knowledgeable providers can be difficult for families to access.

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Free education and assists professionals with credits toward their Continued Professional Development (CPD) points.

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