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Guiding a Patient With Huntington's Disease

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    The current research in Huntington's disease still leaves us with more questions than answers. We know the causative gene, identified the proteins involved, and can postulate the mechanisms. Yet despite the universal outcome from this disease, patients may still live much of their adult lives productively, leading to added dfficulty in making life choices. Dr. Robert Klitzman, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, joins host Dr. Maurie Pickard on the subject of counseling patients with Huntington's Disease through life's milestones.

     

     

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    The current research in Huntington's disease still leaves us with more questions than answers. We know the causative gene, identified the proteins involved, and can postulate the mechanisms. Yet despite the universal outcome from this disease, patients may still live much of their adult lives productively, leading to added dfficulty in making life choices. Dr. Robert Klitzman, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, joins host Dr. Maurie Pickard on the subject of counseling patients with Huntington's Disease through life's milestones.

     

     

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