The STEADY-PD clinical trial has failed to show that isradipine is an effective treatment to slow or stop progression in early Parkinson's.
The government initiative to fast-track access to new treatments and services is being expanded, potentially shaving years off the time it takes for people with Parkinson's to benefit from innovations in research.
Results from a trial of spinal cord stimulation carried out in Ontario, Canada highlights its potential for improving walking in Parkinson's.
Figures released on World Parkinson's Day reveal astonishing levels of harassment and discrimination faced by people with Parkinson's.
Figures reveal for the first time the shocking lack of public awareness around Parkinson's and its symptoms despite it being the second most prevalent neurodegenerative condition after Alzheimer's.
A new online course has been developed by the UK Parkinson's Excellence Network, in collaboration with Northern Ireland Macmillan GP Facilitators.