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HOPES: Huntington's Outreach Project for Education, at Stanford
Oct
26
2010

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“Alive and Well” Screening at Roble Hall

Tuesday, March 4th 7-9pm at Roble Theater

Free Parking Available Outside of Roble Hall (374 Santa Teresa St)

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Welcome New Visitors!  Start here!

The HOPES website is currently undergoing some design changes. All of our content is still here, so feel free to use the search bar at the top or navigate our menus.

Here are links to our popular articles by category.

HD BasicsHD in a nutshell, Symptoms, Juvenile HD
HD Genetics
HD and the BrainHOPES Brain Tutorial, Neurobiology, Other neurodegenerative disorders
Drugs and SupplementsAlphabetical Listing, Listing by Function, HD Scorecard
Research and HDResearch Basics, Research Updates, HD Scientists, Research Institutions
Managing HDHD Advocacy, Lifestyle and HD, Diet and HD
For Kids
Other ResourcesHOPES News, Helpful Links, Literature Corner
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HOPES is a student-run project at Stanford University dedicated to making scientific information about Huntington’s disease (HD) more readily accessible to patients and the public. Our goal is to survey the rapidly growing scientific and clinical literature on Huntington’s disease, and to present this information in a coherent, reliable web resource. We seek to provide an accurate, helpful guide on such topics as:

Please let us know your thoughts or any suggestions for improvement as we finalize our new design. To send us an email, click here or on the “contact” link in the top right corner of our site.

WHAT’S NEW AT HOPES

Check out our new video about Huntington’s Disease!

Try out our new tool for browsing the different HD drugs and supplements! Use our HD Scorecard.