Welcome to HDtrial Finder!

Huntington´s Disease (HD) is a hereditary, neurodegenerative illness that affects people of all races worldwide with no cure as of yet. Therefore, the European Huntington Association and the German Huntington Association, created the HDtrial finder in an effort to accelerate research that might ultimately find a treatment or cure for HD. The HDtrial finder is an online tool that can help you easily find observational studies and clinical trials in your area in addition to online surveys.

What is a clinical trial?

Clinical trials are research investigations in which people volunteer to test new treatments, interventions or tests as a means to prevent, detect, treat or manage various diseases or medical conditions. Some investigations look at how people respond to a new intervention and what side effects might occur.

Why participate in research?

Many people don’t think about clinical research prior to a diagnosis; it may even seem frightening. But participating in research doesn’t have to be scary, unpleasant or time-consuming. It can be an empowering and impactful opportunity for people with and without Huntington’s disease (HD) to help find better, more effective treatment. Want to make a difference and help advance the search for a cure? Consider taking part in research. You have the power to help researchers understand how Huntington’s starts and progresses.

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May is Awareness Month!

You can participate by taking an online survey that will help researchers in their aim to understand HD, its effects and ultimately find a way to help people affected by HD. You can currently take the two surveys listed below! 

The European Huntington Associations has made a resource page in order to help everyone to join the campaign! Click on the link below to see what you can do!

Trials currently recruiting participants


EHA is managed by a large number of ...


The map with the trials marked.


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