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.
We welcomed Ayda Williams to our Brain Bank, where she met leading experts in Parkinson’s research and saw how their work is driving us closer to better treatments and a cure.
An update on new legislation on mental capacity and making decisions about a person's health and care, which comes into force from April 2020.
We’re investing nearly £1 million to find a new treatment that targets energy-producing mitochondria to slow the loss of brain cells in Parkinson's.
In a seminal research paper, published in Lancet Neurology, researchers from King’s College London have used brain scans to uncover early changes in the brain that may happen years before the symptoms of Parkinson's appear.
Researchers in the US have identified a protein in the brain that may reduce the spread of the toxic alpha-synuclein protein in Parkinson's.
New research from Harvard University suggests changes to the gut could improve how a common Parkinson’s medication works.
Researchers in Japan have developed molecules that could be key to slowing the progression of Parkinson’s.