Here’s our analysis of what the final Brexit deal means for for people with Parkinson’s.
"Big Day", written by David Capri in 1967 as part of the sixties duo Luke and Blake, has been re-released with the support of broadcasting legend David ‘Kid’ Jensen to raise vital funds for Parkinson’s UK.
The latest report by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists shows the impact of lockdown on this vital therapy.
We’re launching a new survey to understand more about the support you receive as a carer, and the experiences you and the person you care for have with the health and social care system.
Research shows it’s possible to identify Parkinson’s based on compounds found on the surface of skin. The findings offer hope that the condition could be diagnosed through a simple swab test.
We’re investing up to £1.2m into pioneering research in partnership with the University of Sheffield, which aims to develop a drug to protect dopamine-producing brain cells.
In 2020, coronavirus (COVID-19) brought normal life to a standstill. But the Parkinson’s community showed its resilience as people found innovative ways to support each other.
The earlier groundbreaking clinical trial proved inconclusive. So we’re launching a new company tasked with planning a possible new trial.
The broadcasting legend will front a new 6-part jazz series, which will also highlight the work of Parkinson’s UK.
New research has advanced our understanding of a protein called alpha-synuclein, which is believed to play a central role in damaging brain cells in Parkinson’s.