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By Christine Kueter
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Wendy Conner used to sit in staff meetings desperately trying to keep her legs from twitching. She’d cross her ankles, use pressure to glue her feet to the floor, mostly without success.

When she was finally diagnosed with Huntington’s disease at 52, she learned that the involuntary movements would prove the least of her worries....