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Interested in finding out about the latest research news from around the world, or what is happening in your local HD community, or for caring for a person with HD? The Huntington Society of Canada is committed to providing you with the most up-to-date information on your topics of interest.
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Horizon

The national newsletter of the Huntington Society of Canada. Published three times per year (Spring, Fall and Winter), its purpose is to convey information to individuals with Huntington disease and their families, health care professionals, friends and supporters. Click here for recent editions. 

Strength and Knowledge

Every other month the Huntington Society of Canada publishes Strength and Knowledge (S&K), a practical guide for helpful information and assistance for those who are managing HD; highlighting the Family Services department recommended care, where to find help, who to connect with, and what advocacy efforts are currently underway. Topics of interest such as talking to children about HD, swallowing, managing anxiety are addressed in S&K. Click here for recent editions. 

In The Know

In The Know (ITK) is the Huntington Society of Canada’s brief, monthly overview highlighting what is going on in the HD Community. In an effort to ensure we notify the HD Community of recent developments or up to the date ITK is distributed on the 15th of every month. Click here for recent editions. 

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