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17/10/2018 - DNA errors studied in dementia
Researchers have shown how DNA errors contribute to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. More

10/10/2018 - Court approves CJD fast-track treatment
A patient with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is to be the first to receive a new antibody treatment after winning court approval to circumvent drug approval laws. More

19/09/2018 - Possible dementia link to air pollution
There is a strong link between air pollution and the risk of developing dementia, researchers claim today. More

19/09/2018 - Zika plan for glioblastoma
Scientists are harnessing the Zika virus vaccine as a method of targeting and killing human glioblastoma brain cancer stem cells, it was revealed last night. More

13/09/2018 - Huntington's test developed
A test, developed by British scientists, may detect very early signs of Huntington's disease, it was announced last night. More

30/08/2018 - Brain implant to halt seizures
An electronic device that delivers drugs within the brain may be able to stop or even prevent seizures in people with epilepsy, researchers reported last night. More

16/08/2018 - Glioblastoma hope from Leeds tests
British scientists have identified a promising chemical treatment for aggressive brain tumours, it has been announced. More

15/08/2018 - Stroke death rates on the decline in Europe
Deaths from cerebrovascular diseases, such as stroke, have declined significantly in most European countries over the past 37 years, according to new research published today (15 August 2018). More

08/08/2018 - Large ADHD drug study released
An expert analysis, published today, sets out the optimum medications for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) for different age groups. More

02/08/2018 - Folic acid helps pregnant women with epilepsy
Women with epilepsy who take folic acid before and during early pregnancy could help to reduce the chances of their baby experiencing language delays, researchers have reported. More

01/08/2018 - Brain disease link to injury
Researchers unveil new findings today about how brain trauma may trigger degenerative disease. More

26/07/2018 - Painkiller danger for dementia
Some popular painkillers may exacerbate the symptoms of dementia. More

24/07/2018 - Call for improved European stroke care
Tens of thousands of patients across Europe could benefit from improved stroke care, according to a major survey of facilities across the continent. More

20/07/2018 - Autoimmune link to Parkinson's
German researchers have linked Parkinson’s disease to autoimmune reactions, suggesting new ways to treat some patients. More

20/07/2018 - Clean air message for Brain Day
Clean air is to be the theme of World Brain Day this weekend as experts call for measures that would reduce the risk of stroke. More

11/07/2018 - High-dose chemo for neuroblastoma
A new study has looked at long-term outcomes for children with high-risk neuroblastoma treated with high-dose chemotherapy plus autologous stem cell transplantation. More

09/07/2018 - How victory in the semis will aid dementia patients
World Cup victory on Wednesday night will lead to days of replays of England’s 1966 triumph – and this may benefit many elderly people with dementia, according to a senior doctor. More

05/07/2018 - Sleep disorder-dementia link
New research findings are linking obstructive sleep apnoea and the development of dementia. More

03/07/2018 - New hope for DIPG treatment following research
Cancerous cells in an aggressive type of childhood brain tumour work together to infiltrate the brain, British researchers report today. More

02/07/2018 - Patients waiting 29 hours for meningitis diagnosis
There are delays of more than 29 hours in undertaking diagnostic testing in some cases of suspected bacterial meningitis, according to new research. More

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