Everyone has the Huntington gene but it's the number of CAG repetitions that determines if you will develop Huntington's or not. A normal person has less than 26. Between 27-35 means you probably won't be affected however you may pass it on to your children. Someone with 36-39 might develop symptoms but if they do, it will be later in life. Those between 40-50 will definitely develop the disease and over 60 is a rare juvenile form of the disease affecting children. It is also interesting to note that when HD is passed on, often there is an expansion in CAG count, especially if is passed down by one's father. •
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