Latest Blog Posts Tagged "United Kingdom"
August 29, 2016
An MJFF-funded study reports promising results around development of a test to detect Parkinson's by measuring the properties of key protein alpha-synuclein.
June 25, 2014
Since 2005, Team Fox member Adam Kutas has transformed his passion for hockey into an opportunity to engage his hometown of London in supporting Parkinson's research.
June 11, 2014
A paper published today reports that early treatment of levodopa provides better mobility and quality of life after seven years over early treatment with dopamine agonists or MAO-B inhibitors.
March 14, 2014
A study in the United Kingdom is testing a drug in treating mild dementia with Parkinson's and comparing clinical scales to measure cognitive impairment.
ProSavin Trial Results: Once Again, a Gene Therapy Approach to Parkinson's Yields Encouraging Safety Data but Modest Efficacy
January 28, 2014
Raymond T. Bartus, PhD, talks to FoxFeed about the results of a safety study testing a gene therapy approach to treat the motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
January 13, 2014
Alpha-synuclein — the protein that clumps in the cells of Parkinson's patients — is a target for disease-modifying therapies. Read about four promising research projects targeting alpha-synuclein....
May 10, 2013
Helen and Nicola Avery have found a unique way to grow their already strong relationship: by sharing their clinical trial experiences with each other.
April 26, 2013
Congratulations to Katie Clark for completing this year's London Marathon last Sunday on April 21! Katie, along with three other Team Fox runners, have been able to raise over $17,000 for research!
March 28, 2013
Officially launched in 2012 to help increase the flow of participants into clinical trials that urgently need more people, Fox Trial Finder aims high in 2013 — to attain 30,000 volunteers.
March 05, 2013
John Turner, a Parkinson's patient with a background in computing and mathematics, has launched an online tool intended to empower those with Parkinson's to join the search for a cure.