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by Ho, Carrie and Ho, Aileen K and Ho, Aileen and Horton, Mike C and Landwehrmeyer, G. Bernhard and Burgunder, Jean-Marc and Tennant, Alan and Downie, Lorna and Jack, Roisin and Matheson, Kirsty and Miedzybrodzka, Zosia and Rae, Daniela and Simpson, Steve and Simpson, Sheila A and Summers, Fiona and Ure, Alexandra and Vaughan, Vivien and Akhtar, Shahbana and Crooks, Jenny and Curtis, Adrienne and de Souza (Keylock), Jenny and Piedad, John and Rickards, Hugh and Wright, Abigail and Wright, Jan and Coulthard, Elizabeth and Gethin, Louise and Hayward, Beverley and Hayward, Elaine and Sieradzan, Kasia and Barker, Roger A and O’Keefe, Deidre and Gerrtiz (nee Di Pietro), Anna and Fisher, Kate and Goodman, Anna and Hill, Susan and Mason, Sarah and Swain, Rachel and Guzman, Natalie Valle and Busse, Monica and Butcher, Cynthia and Callaghan, Jenny and Dunnett, Stephen and Clenaghan, Catherine and Fullam, Ruth and Hunt, Sarah and Jones, Una and Jones, Mary and Jones, Lesley and Khalil, Hanan and Minster, Sara and Owen, Michael and Price, Kathleen and Townhill, Jenny and Rosser, Anne and Rosser, Elisabeth and Goudie, David and Buchanan, Lindsay and McFadyen, Paula and Tonner, Alison and Taylor, Anne-Marie and Taylor, Cat and Taylor, Rachel and Edwards, Rachel and Edwards, Maureen and McGill, Marie and Porteous, Mary and Pearson, Pauline and Harrower, Timothy and Irvine, Sarah and Brockie, Peter and Foster, Jillian and Johns, Nicola and McKenzie, Sue and Rothery, Jean and Thomas, Gareth and Yates, Shona and Deith, Catherine and Ireland, Jane and Ritchie, Stuart and Brown, Pauline and Burrows, Liz and Fletcher, Amy and Harding, Alison and Harrison, Kaye and Laver, Fiona and Silva, Mark and Thomson, Aileen and Chu, Elvina and Chu, Carol and Evans, Carole and Gallentree, Deena and Hamer, Stephanie and Kraus, Alison and Markova, Ivana and Raman, Ashok and Rowett, Liz and Andrew, Alyson and Frost, Julie and Noad, Rupert and ...
Value in Health, ISSN 1098-3015, 06/2019, Volume 22, Issue 6, pp. 712 - 720
Although health-related quality of life is key for patients with long-term neurodegenerative conditions, measuring this is less straightforward and complex in... 
patient-reported outcome | questionnaire | Huntington’s disease | quality of life | presymptomatic/preclinical Huntington’s disease
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by Asselain, Bernard and Barlow, William and Bartlett, John and Bergh, Jonas and Bergsten-Nordström, Elizabeth and Bliss, Judith and Boccardo, Francesco and Boddington, Clare and Bogaerts, Jan and Bonadonna, Gianni and Bradley, Rosie and Brain, Etienne and Braybrooke, Jeremy and Broet, Philippe and Bryant, John and Burrett, Julie and Cameron, David and Clarke, Mike and Coates, Alan and Coleman, Robert and Coombes, Raoul Charles and Correa, Candace and Costantino, Joe and Cuzick, Jack and Danforth, David and Davidson, Nancy and Davies, Lucy and Davies, Christina and Di Leo, Angelo and Dodwell, David and Dowsett, Mitch and Duane, Fran and Evans, Vaughan and Ewertz, Marianne and Fisher, Bernard and Forbes, John and Ford, Leslie and Gazet, Jean-Claude and Gelber, Richard and Gettins, Lucy and Gianni, Luca and Gnant, Michael and Godwin, Jon and Goldhirsch, Aron and Goodwin, Pamela and Gray, Richard and Hayes, Daniel and Hill, Catherine and Ingle, James and Jagsi, Reshma and Jakesz, Raimund and James, Sam and Janni, Wolfgang and Liu, Hui and Liu, Zulian and Lohrisch, Caroline and Loibl, Sibylle and MacKinnon, Liz and Makris, Andreas and Mamounas, Eleftherios and Mannu, Gurdeep and Martín, Miguel and Mathoulin, Simone and Mauriac, Louis and McGale, Paul and McHugh, Theresa and Morris, Philip and Mukai, Hirofumi and Norton, Larry and Ohashi, Yasuo and Olivotto, Ivo and Paik, Soon and Pan, Hongchao and Peto, Richard and Piccart, Martine and Pierce, Lori and Poortmans, Philip and Powles, Trevor and Pritchard, Kathy and Ragaz, Joseph and Raina, Vinod and Ravdin, Peter and Read, Simon and Regan, Meredith and Robertson, John and Rutgers, Emiel and Scholl, Suzy and Slamon, Dennis and Sölkner, Lidija and Sparano, Joseph and Steinberg, Seth and Sutcliffe, Rosemary and Swain, Sandra and Taylor, Carolyn and Tutt, Andrew and Valagussa, Pinuccia and van de Velde, Cornelis and van der Hage, Jos and Viale, Giuseppe and von Minckwitz, Gunter and ... and GROCTA Trialists and EBCTCG and Early Breast Cancer Trialists' Collaborative Group (EBCTCG)
The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 01/2018, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 27 - 39
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Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2012, Volume 380, Issue 9847, pp. 1059 - 1065
Journal Article
British Journal of Sociology of Education, ISSN 0142-5692, 2019, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp. 324 - 339
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Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, ISSN 1353-8020, 04/2019, Volume 61, pp. 101 - 105
The frequency of late-onset Huntington's disease (>59 years) is assumed to be low and the clinical course milder. However, previous literature on late-onset... 
Age of onset | Huntington's disease | Late-onset Huntington's disease | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | AGE | FEATURES | Genetic research | Medical genetics
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