What Does The Association's Logo Symbolise?

The Association's logo symbolises the impact that Huntington's Disease (HD) can have on individuals and the continuing work of HD organisations worldwide.

The pink flower at the top represents the head and shoulders of a person with HD. It acknowledges that HD can affect both a person's physical and mental abilities.

The white bud at the centre of the flower represents these reduced physical and mental abilities. Vibrant green leaves and stem symbolise the ever-growing strength and development of HD support and research networks around the world.

Most importantly, the logo is a symbol of hope for the future.

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