We need as many people as possible to complete the 2019 Your life, your services survey, which is about different aspects of life with Parkinson's.
Researchers have shown that boosting levels of oestrogen in the brains of mice improved symptoms by slowing the build-up of the toxic protein alpha-synuclein.
The Critical Path for Parkinson's meeting brought together pharmaceutical companies, universities, charities and regulatory bodies to address barriers to new treatments.
A toolkit produced by NHS England, Parkinson's UK and other charities has been published to improve care for people with progressive neurological conditions.
We’re investing £100,000 to improve compounds that have the potential to boost the function of brain cell batteries and slow the progression of Parkinson’s.
We're investing £1.5 million over 5 years in our Brain Bank, powering new research to understand more about Parkinson's.
Researchers have shown that an ‘easy to use’ portable stimulation headset may be able to reduce both motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s.
On 22 July 2019, the government passed regulations that mean people with Parkinson's can now be moved on to Universal Credit from other benefits.
A new study published in Nature has shown that a gut infection can lead to symptoms resembling Parkinson's in mice, suggesting that the immune system may play a more central role in the condition than previously thought.
A new report from the Disability Benefits Consortium shows how changes to the benefits system have had a devastating impact on disabled people.