By Nathan Kalkowski
Huntington's Disease is a single cell mutation and was discovered by Dr. George Huntington in 1872. Huntington's Disease is an inherited condition in which nerve cells in the brain break down over time.
Huntington's Disease symptoms are poor memory, depression, mood swings, lack of coordination, twitching or uncontrolled movements, and difficulty walking, speaking, and swallowing.
How the Disorder is Inherited
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