Posts by Heather Hare

Regional Health Care Practitioners Invited to Learn More about Huntington Disease Oct. 23

Day-long course offering continuing education credits through USF The Huntington Study Group (HSG), in support of the goal to make...

LATE-BREAKING: More Scholarships Available for HSG 2015

The Huntington Study Group has more scholarships available to attend HSG 2015: Building Our Future Oct. 21-24, 2015 in Tampa,...

Why participating in clinical trials is important to Katie

Participating in Huntington’s disease research is important to Katie Moser. Katie, 34, is gene positive and showing no symptoms of...

Continuing education opportunity in Tampa, FL

Continuing education opportunity in Tampa, FL

Every year, HSG moves its annual event to another part of the country, partly to make it accessible to a...

Life Interrupted

Life Interrupted

This year has brought several films and books about Huntington disease. Lisa Genova’s Inside the O’Briens, a novel about a family...

HSG 2015 HD Family Education Day

HSG’s annual event strives to include something for everyone interested in HD care and research, including HD families. This year...

Registration is open for HSG 2015: Building Our Future

Registration is now open for HSG 2015, Oct. 21-24, 2015 at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay in Tampa, FL. This has been...

What HSG Means to Jenna

What does HSG mean to you? Being a member of such a focused, bright, and motivated group,  is very inspiring...

Teva Press Release: April 24, 2014

PRIDE-HD Study Enrolling Patients Globally to Further Evaluate Pridopidine for the Symptomatic Treatment of Huntington’s Disease – Study initiation represents...

Teva & Active Biotech Press Release: November 4, 2014

Teva and Active Biotech Announce Expansion of Laquinimod Clinical Development Program with New Trial in Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and...

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