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Welcome to Help 4 HD Live! We are proud to broadcast credible information and education to the Huntington's disease community on a weekly basis. Help 4 HD Live! broadcasts every week providing vital information and inspiration to our Huntington's community. We have been blessed to interview many of our JHD/HD researchers, medical professionals, care providers and the pharmaceutical industry for six years. Join our Hosts, Katie Jackson each week for incredible programming and don’t forget to share this channel with your colleagues, family and friends. **Help 4 HD Live! is made possible through an education grant from Teva Pharmaceuticals and the Griffin Foundation. Thanks for tuning in! Help 4 HD International Inc. **Please consult with you own physician for advice about any medical recommendation.

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Please reach out to Londen Tabor (Londen@Help4HD.org) or Lauren Holder (lauren@help4hd.org) to donate to Autumn's Adventure Fund. :)

Dr. Hayden is the CEO of Prilenia. He is an accomplished scientist and physician. He is a Killam Professor at the University of British Columbia and Senior Scientist at the Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics. He is also a... more

Happy Social Work Day and Social Work Month to all the social workers out there!!

CHDI is currently having their HD Therapeutics Conference! HDBuzz has been reporting via live tweets on Twitter - they've done a great job in sharing the research. Seth Rotberg and Lauren Holder have been following along, and give... more

Please visit the 3 Squeezes website by going to www.3squeezes.com Laura Vazac has a special, limited edition bracelet right now where 20% of the proceeds go to Help 4 HD International.

In this episode, Katrina Hamel and Katie Jackson talk about the public impact our families have to endure living in a family impacted by HD.

Melissa (Dilley) Ryant is 34 years old and originally from Ohio. Her mom was the first in her family to be formally diagnosed with HD, and these symptoms began when Melissa was a child. Her mom passed away on 2/14/2008. When Melissa... more

Sandra Kostyk received her MD, PhD degrees from the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago and completed her residency in neurology at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Following... more

Dr. Alby Richard is a movement disorders neurologist and assistant professor in the department of Neuroscience at the University of Montreal, in addition to being an adjunct professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery... more

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