Huntington’s chorea, or Huntington’s disease (HD), affects about 1 person in every 10,000. Although there have been references to the disease as far back as the Middle Ages, it is named for the American doctor George Huntington, who was the first to thoroughly describe the disease and begin to trace its history of family inheritance. How much do you know about HD?
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