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Are there any recent advancements for huntington's chorea treatment?

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Dr. Salman Saeed
Neurology 34 years experience
Huntington disease: There is a new drug approved in 2008 called tetrabenazine for huntington disease and is quite effective medication and low side effect profile.

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