In recent times, there has been a significant rise in fatal diseases, and this phenomenon does not seem to go away eventually. The UK has also seen its share of issues, and I think the country is also seeing more disorders as the number of new illnesses to be found grows by the day, so there is nothing we can do to deter more diseases from emerging. Our research extends beyond the sequence of these deadly diseases.
Huntington disease is an intermittent disease in the United Kingdom, and since it does not propagate by anyone else means, can only be acquired from someone in the family who has it. This disease is mostly developed by people while they are older. As it progresses, this disorder kills brain cells. The disease usually attacks people in their youth’s prime who are between the ages of 30 to 40 when the risk of catching the illness is the most which resulting in patients ‘ mortality within 10 to 20 years of developing the symptoms of illness. You might say this is a combination of Parkinson’s Alzheimer’s disease and motor neuron disease, all together.
There has been a growing concern about the disease as a mother in the UK has sued the NHS for maintaining the fact that her child’s father had Huntington disease and now that her child may have a chance to develop it, which is 50:50 she sues for recompense.