Untangling the Factors Governing Huntington’s Disease Progression
In a study of more than 3,000 subjects, CAG-repeat-dependent factors affecting age at onset also influenced rates of progression of cognitive, motor, and functional impairments, providing optimism that developing interventions, such as gene silencing therapies, could provide benefit.
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