huntingtons disease is equally common in both males and females
Huntington's disease is a fatal neurological disease.
No. Huntington's Disease is autosomal dominant.
It is hereditary, meaning that if you get the gene from a parent, you have Huntington's disease. Also, if your 4th chromosome is wrong, you can get Huntington's disease.
graph of huntington disease
ANYONE can get Huntington's disease.
Huntington's is a neurological disease that affects the brain.
huntington's disease is not chromosomal it is a genetic disorder
no more than in people that do not have HD
Huntington’s disease is a fatal neurological disease A+