New guide to help charities and patients work with drug companies
A new guide has been launched to help charities support patients to have their say on research carried out by the pharmaceutical industry.
Preparing for Brexit
Update to ensure people with Parkinson's and family members is prepared for Brexit
Tickets for our national research conference are on sale
This event, for anyone with an interest in Parkinson’s research, will take place on Saturday 23 November at the Cranmore Park Conference & Events Centre, outside Birmingham.
5 things to look out for at our UK Members' Day and AGM
Our Members' Day and Annual General Meeting (AGM) is just around the corner. Here are 5 things to watch out for.
Research shows at home exercise improves movement symptoms
Researchers have shown that those taking part in a home-based exercise programme experienced improvements in their motor symptoms.
Waiting times for PIP appeals increase again
New data shows that some people waiting to get Personal Independence Payments has increased to over a year
It was so good last year, we are doing it again!
Parkinson’s Does Strictly was so successful last year, that we are doing it again. The event will see 10 couples taken to the dance floor, perform 2 dances and compete for the all-important glitterball trophy.
Prostate drug shows promise in Parkinson’s
A drug used to treat enlarged prostates may have exciting potential for slowing down Parkinson's, according to research published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Golf helps my Parkinson’s
Young golfer finds exercise helps him with his symptoms
Scientists uncover further evidence that Parkinson's could start in the gut
New research in rats has shown that alpha-synuclein, an abnormal protein normally found in brain cells affected in Parkinson's, can move rapidly from the gut to the brain. These findings support growing evidence that Parkinson’s may start in the gut rather than the brain.