WeHaveAFace understands the need to discuss sensitive subject matter and topics pertaining to Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's disease. It is our responsibility to "push the envelope" by hosting shows with sensitive topics such as suicide, sexuality/sexual promiscuity, alcoholism, aggression, behaviors, and so much more. We must continue to openly talk about all aspects of this disease.
The decision to broaden our organization internationally has provided us with a brilliant multicultural insight into our HD/JHD patients, caregivers, and medical professionals in other regions.
WeHaveAVoice Radio is blessed to have the guidance and medical insights of Dr. Herwig Lange (George Huntington Institute, Münster Germany). Dr. Lange has joined us as our Medical Advisor and has made it a priority to help our international Huntington's community.
WeHaveAVoice Radio is now broadcast via iHeartRadio, with the potential reach of over 70 million registered users! It is time to broaden awareness of this disease - globally!
"WeHaveAVoice Radio" is owned and operated by WeHaveAFace.org
In 2017, WeHaveAFace launched the international "WeHaveAFace Global Times" newspaper. Since the release of our "WeHaveAFace" magazine in early 2017, we have received such incredible feedback from our international Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's families, and from our amazing medical professionals. The publication provided many vital resources for our community and the general public.
This online publication:
Studies and trials
News and insight from our partnering Huntington's organizations
Articles from HD/JHD doctors and researchers
Articles from the HD/JHD community
Video and audio clips pertaining to HD/JHD
Stay tuned for additional information about this exciting publication!
"WeHaveAFaceGlobalTimes" is owned and operated by WeHaveAFace.org
WeHaveAFace wishes to thank our international Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's disease community for their years of love, support, and trust. Throughout filming each of our documentaries, we were able to meet so many amazing patients, caregivers, and medical professionals. It was definitely an extraordinary experience. These films pushed the envelope as we tackled subject matter never discussed before. The mission of WeHaveAFace has always been to broaden global awareness of Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's disease. We are pleased to announce that our award-winning films are now free to view as we celebrate a decade of advocacy.