BT13 molecule offers hope for halting Parkinson’s
A promising molecule, called BT13, has offered hope for a new treatment that could stop or slow Parkinson’s, something no treatment can currently do.
Parkinson's UK volunteer and Belfast athlete, Patrick Crossan, features on the BBC News website
Parkinson's UK volunteer and Belfast athlete, Patrick Crossan, features on the BBC News website in a really positive article focusing on his running successes whilst managing Parkinson's. We hope that there are many more medals to come Patrick.
The UK has left the EU: What you need to know
What you need to know about medicine supply, NHS services and reciprocal healthcare as the UK leaves the EU on 31 January 2020.
Our Walk for Parkinson’s 2020 events are now live
Today, we’ve launched our annual Walk for Parkinson’s fundraiser event series. Join a walk near you and unite with thousands of others raising money across the UK. Every step takes us closer to a cure.
Managing Parkinson's this winter
Our advice on how to manage Parkinson's and stay in control this winter.
Non-residential social care must be free to end the postcode lottery, says Parkinson’s UK Scotland
Charges for non-residential social care for people with Parkinson’s and other long term conditions should be scrapped, says Parkinson’s UK Scotland.
Jeremy Vine presents the BBC Lifeline Appeal on behalf of Parkinson’s UK
On Sunday 19 January, Jeremy Vine presents the BBC Lifeline Appeal on behalf of Parkinson’s UK.
Parkinson’s UK Scotland awarded over £140,000 to create national exercise network
Parkinson’s UK Scotland will receive over £140,000 during the next 3 years from the National Lottery Community Fund to establish the first Parkinson’s Scotland Exercise Network.
Gut bacteria could guard against Parkinson’s
New research suggests that a bacteria which boosts digestive health can slow – and even reverse – the build-up of a protein associated with Parkinson’s.
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Share your views on what we should campaign on in 2020.