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Huntington’s Disease, Personal memoir, Living with HD, Huntington’s Chorea, Caretaker’s story, Neurological disease, Difficult diagnoses

Hunting Down Huntington's
Departure for the Hunt by Molly Kay Moss




My book is targeted towards any individual who has been affected by Huntington Disease, professionals and families, patients and their caregivers. The key theme is the devastation caused by this rare and fatal diabolical disease, it describes the wider circle affected when this disease strikes and how various persons handle the news. Hunting down Huntington's also presents strategies that are beneficial in navigating through this disease process. The book aims to increase the awareness of this disorder and inform the reader of its origins, history and on going research. I would like the reader to take away.

. new knowledge of the HD process

. learn about the ongoing research

. become involved in the larger HD community chapters

. learn ways where they can contribute

. have a greater awareness of this condition

My book's objective is to raise awareness for this illness and to encourage people to become involved in the local chapters. My desire is to give hope and encouragement to affected families. I'm also directing all royalties from the book to THE HUNTINGTON'S SOCIETY OF CANADA.

Reading and learning about neurological diseases is significant because it's already believed that if a cure is found for HD other neurological dementias could also be prevented.

My book isn't a supplement for business or a course.


MS. MOSS has written two non fiction books, one in two thousand and fourteen and her recent one in two, thousand and nineteen.

Art and the written word are two of her many passions, she resides north of Toronto. Her writing was encouraged by an addiction Dr. Joseph MacMillan, and actually, he just come short of demanding that she write about her life experiences, he stated that her story would be of great benefit for many others in similar circumstances. However, the prospect of becoming an author was for Molly, at the time, an extremely daunting task, but she never, forgot his request. When she learned of Dr. Joesph’s death, she felt compelled to begin her first book. She named it, “Down Side Up.”

Her second book, “Hunting Down Huntington’s: Departure for the Hunt”

Molly, describes how she navigated her life around the news of daughter’s illness. Much has been lost but much has been learned.


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