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18/04/2018 - Monoclonal antibody offers migraine hope
A monoclonal antibody offers a promising treatment for migraine, German researchers are to tell a major conference. More

28/03/2018 - Advanced MRI could aid Alzheimer's screening
Screening for the early signs of Alzheimer's disease could be improved by measuring the activity of dopamine-firing cells the brain, according to British experts. More

27/03/2018 - RA drug reduces inflammation in stroke patients
People in the early stages of a stroke have benefitted from an anti-inflammatory drug normally used for rheumatoid arthritis, a new research has found. More

23/03/2018 - Drug reduces progression in secondary progressive MS
The progression of disability in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis can be slowed down with a new drug, researchers report today. More

13/03/2018 - 22 new stroke risk genes identified
An international team of researchers has identified 22 new genetic risk factors for stroke, tripling the number of genes linked to the condition. More

23/02/2018 - Tears could aid Parkinson's diagnosis
Tears could hold the biological markers of Parkinson’s disease, according to the findings of a preliminary USA study, revealed last night. More

23/02/2018 - Stem cell treatment could treat progressive MS
Stem cell treatment could provide an effective treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis, according to British researchers. More

21/02/2018 - Clear alcohol link to dementia
Long-term heavy alcohol intake is linked to an increased risk of all types of dementia, French researchers report today. More

20/02/2018 - Calcium link to Parkinson’s
Calcium channel blockers could be investigated as a therapy for Parkinson’s disease following new discoveries at Cambridge University, researchers have stated. More

16/02/2018 - Warning on surgical amyloid transmission
A protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease could be transmitted through neurosurgery, it has been reported. More

22/01/2018 - Brain volume and thickness differences linked to epilepsy
Epilepsy is linked to volume and thickness in the grey matter regions of the brain, according to the findings of the largest neuro-imaging study to date, reported today. More

17/01/2018 - MPs condemn “cruel, unfair” home nursing funds system
Some terminally ill patients have faced waits of more than three months in parts of England to discover if they qualify for NHS-funded nursing care, MPs warn today. More

08/01/2018 - Cholesterol crystals linked to MS deterioration
Cholesterol crystals could be the reason why the central nervous system of multiple sclerosis patients cannot regenerate, a German study has reported. More

05/01/2018 - Key protein discovery could help with Alzheimer's treatment
Blocking a key protein may help to prevent Alzheimer’s disease to take hold and spread, according to a study that used the latest grain imaging technology. More

04/01/2018 - Virus helps to tackle brain tumours
British scientists have successfully identified a virus that trigger a form of immunotherapy for brain cancer, it was announced last night. More

02/01/2018 - New diabetes Alzheimer drug link
A “triple” drug recently developed for diabetes may prove a powerful treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, British scientists have reported. More

22/12/2017 - Brain function improves when adults with dementia exercise
When older people with dementia increase their physical exercise, their brain function improves, a new study has found. More

21/12/2017 - Anger as MS drugs withdrawn
Just one beta interferon drug is to be available for the care of NHS patients with multiple sclerosis in England, it was announced today. More

08/12/2017 - New drive to tackle dementia globally
The number of people with dementia is set to treble worldwide over the next 30 years, according to the World Health Organisation. More

07/12/2017 - Genetic evidence that education reduces Alzheimer’s risk
A genetics study out today has added further weight to the theory that education helps to protect against Alzheimer’s disease. More

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