Treating Huntington’s Disease by Addressing Neuroinflammation

June 26, 2020


Huntington’s disease is a rare and fatal neurodegenerative condition that is without any disease-modifying therapies today. Vaccinex is developing an experimental therapy designed to treat Huntington’s disease by addressing neuroinflammation, a hallmark of the condition that it shares with other neurodegenerative diseases. We spoke to Maurice Zauderer, president and CEO of Vaccinex, about the role of neuroinflammation plays in Huntington’s disease, its experimental therapy to treat the condition, and why it may provide benefits to people with other neurodegenerative diseases.


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