Terminally-ill daughter “always smiling”

The Brockville Recorder| September 13, 2014, Written by Meggie Sylvester

Erin Wade, now 22, began showing signs of a neurological condition when she was just 17 years old.

The young, bright-eyed woman would soon be diagnosed with a terminal condition known as Huntington’s Disease, characterized by emotional turmoil, cognitive loss and physical deterioration.

The disease, effecting up to 8.4 Canadians per every 100,000, has yet to gain widespread awareness in Canada or on the international level, according to her mother Cindy Moore.

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Cindy Moore, right, is show with her daughter, Erin Wade, who suffers from a neurological condition known as Huntington's Disease.

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