Other Websites about Huntington's Disease
Huntington's Disease Support Information - This site is intended to help those people find information to help you and for the many thousands of families living with Huntington's Disease around the country who do not have the benefit of having a support close to them. http://endoflifecare.tripod.com/index.htmlNutrition for People with Huntington's Disease - Nutritional information, and resource links on aspects of nutritional care for people with Huntington's disease. www.lib.uchicago.edu/~rd13/hd/nutritn.htmlHuntington's Disease Lighthouse - Current information on treatments, drugs, support and patient resources. http://hdlighthouse.orgHuntington's Disease Awareness - Information to help increase the awareness Of Huntington's Disease. http://www.HDAwareness.comResearch - Information from the Indiana Chapter to HD Research links. http://www.hdsaindiana.org/research.html Huntington's Disease Video Awareness Theatre -This site is dedicated to the efforts of those people living with Huntington's Disease who have taken precious time out of their life to create awareness about the disease! http://get-me.to/hdvideos
Huntington's Disease Clinical Trials - There are many Clinical Studies underway, and a number of potential therapies may move into Clinical Trial phases in the very near future. Volunteers are needed for ongoing trials and many more will be needed for future trials. HDTrials.org has been created to enable clinical trial participation, the HDTrials.org web site will provide quick notification to Huntington families of opportunities for participation in clinical trials and studies through a confidential email list.
Tardive Dyskinesia- Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) is a result of damage to the bodily systems that process dopamine, and is typically caused by exposure to certain prescription medications - including Reglan. The symptoms of TD, which are irreversible and incurable, mimic those of Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease. Tardive Dyskinesia victims suffer from involuntary, repetitive movements which often continue after the drug is no longer used. We feature the most up-to-date information on TD, its causes and all known treatment options. Additionally, they distribute free support books and informational packets to our users. Click HERE for more information on TD.