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Huntington’s Patients May Find Computer Games Help Improve Thinking and Movement

Mar 16, 2016 07:00 am | Carolina Henriques

 

Computer games to combat Huntington's diseaseThe English Parliament recently listened to a young scientist, Emma Yhnell, 25, explain her research into the potential of computer games to “train the brain” of Huntington’s disease (HD) patients. The research associate from Cardiff University in Wales attended Parliament on March 7 to present her novel approach to a range of politicians and experts. Already selected from hundreds of […]

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