WeHaveAFace.org wishes to help Clare Gibbons of
    NYGH with the survey: "Telling the children: Disclosure
    challenges and support needs of parents with children at
    risk for Huntington Disease"

    Clare Gibbons obtained a Master of Science degree in
    Genetic Counseling from Sarah Lawrence College in
    1996.  She is currently an American and Canadian Board
    certified genetic counselor and works at North York
    General Hospital in Toronto, Canada.  She has been a
    member of the multidisciplinary HD clinic at North York
    General Hospital for 12 years.  She provides genetic
    counseling to people undergoing genetic testing for HD
    and also provides support and resource information to
    people being followed in the HD clinic.  Recently, Ms.
    Gibbons has become more actively involved in a number
    of HD related research projects.  In particular, she is
    working with a Masters student who is doing her thesis
    project on the challenges parents face when talking to
    their children about HD.

    *Please help by completing the survey!*
    *Currently seeking 200 subjects*
Telling the children: Disclosure challenges and support needs of parents with children at risk for Huntington Disease
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