In their own words: Reports of stigma and genetic discrimination by people at risk for huntington disease in the international RESPOND-HD study

Janet K. Williams, Cheryl Erwin, Andrew R. Juhl, Michelle Mengeling, Yvonne Bombard, Michael R. Hayden, Kimberly Quaid, Ira Shoulson, Sandra Taylor, Jane S. Paulsen, William Adams, Mackenzie Elbert, Edmond Chiu, Anita Goh, Olga Yastrubetskaya, Abhijit Agarwal, Adam Rosenblatt, Claire Welsh, Karen Marder, Paula WassermanCarol Moskowitz, Joji Decolongon, Lynn A. Raymond, Hillary Lipe, Ali Samii, Pamela Williams, Elizabeth Aylward, Joan M. Harrison, Randi Jones, Cathy Wood-Siverio, Melissa Wesson, Kevin Biglan, Amy Chesire, Peter Como, Christine Giambattista, Mark Guttman, Alanna Sheinberg, Adam Singer, Jane Griffith, Elizabeth McCusker, Kylie Richardson, Terry Tempkin, Vicki L Wheelock, Arik Johnson, Wendy Linderholm, Susan Perlman, Michael D. Geschwind, Jonathan Gooblar, Mira Guzijan, Phyllis Chua, Angela Komiti, Peter Panegyres, Elizabeth Vuletich, Mark Woodman

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