For the first time, Nancy Wexler reveals that she has inherited the disease she has spent her life studying.
PBS tells the story of Nancy's courage and passion in this 5 minute video.
See the Ken Burns documentary
GENES: An Intimate Story on PBS.
April 7 & 14, 2020 8/7c
Nancy Wexler anticipates the Popes arrival, May 2017, along with Bridgette Nathan, representing the Archcare HD family, and Mary White Moore.
Our HD Unit is part of the Papal Audience to recognize Huntington's Disease: May 18, 2017
"For far too long, the fears and difficulties that characterize the life of people affected by Huntington’s Disease have surrounded them with misunderstandings and barriers, veritably excluding them. In many cases the sick and their families have experienced the tragedy of shame, isolation and abandonment. Today, however, we are here because we want to say to ourselves and all the world: “HIDDEN NO MORE!”, “OCULTA NUNCA MAS!”, “MAI PIU’ NASCOSTA!”.
For more information on this event please see www.hddennomore.com
Dec. 11, 2017
Read about one of the biggest breakthroughs in Huntington’s disease since the discovery of the HD gene in 1993,
Keep the researchers and trail patients in your prayers. A cure in our lifetime is possible! link
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