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HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE

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Each cell in the human body is genetically programmed to do a specific job. Under normal conditions, the cells work together in harmony. But people with the inherited neurological condition called Huntington's Disease have faulty programming in their brain cells that causes the cells to degenerate. Huntington's is a serious condition that causes people to lose control of their movements, suffer emotional disturbances, and lose their intellectual faculties. Early symptoms include difficulty remembering or learning new things, making decisions, and mood swings. A complete medical workup, including genetic testing, is needed to diagnose the disease. Unfortunately, at this time, there is no way to cure or reverse Huntington's, but the gene has been isolated so future research brings hope.

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Huntington's Disease (HD) results from genetically programmed degeneration of brain cells, called neurons, in certain areas of the brain. Prescription medications can control some of the symptoms mentioned in today's column. Please call EASTERN MEDICAL CENTER at 665-2000 if you would like more information about this week's column or to schedule an appointment. Using advanced medical technology, we can diagnose medical problems in their early stages and create individualized management plans. Laboratory services are provided on-site to save time for both patient and doctor. Our office is located at 1 Coral Drive.

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P.S. Children of a parent with the Huntington's Disease gene have a 50-50 chance of developing the condition.

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