When two parents create an offspring and have Huntington's disease there is a 50/50 chance of the offspring carrying the disease.
Some symptoms of the disease are speaking and swallowing problems, depression, weight loss, memory loss, and unsteady walking.
once the baby gets bigger, you will start to notice symptoms of the disease.
Huntington's Disease can't be cured since it's a genetic disease. Most genetic conditons can't be cured because they aren't able to be seen. In this case the disease can't be spotted in the brain with scans or other tests.
Once the offspring starts getting older they will start experiencing symptoms. They will have to start taking medication to help with the condition.
Take one a day for depression
When one has developed symptoms they ususally go to therapy to give advice and help restore muscle function.
People can live with this disease starting at an early age or in their mid 30s.