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Hope to Parkinson’s disease patients

Research led by the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre has found a protein abnormality linked to brain cell […]

Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease: Barry’s story

Transcript Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s seven or eight years ago now. We went and saw a […]

Milk study improves understanding of age-related diseases

Parkinson’s, dementia and type 2 diabetes are big problems for the ageing population in Australia and many other countries around […]

Molecule’s potential to slow Parkinson’s progress

A naturally occurring molecule in the brain, when used as a therapy, may hold a key to stopping the progression […]

Symptoms of mitochondrial disease commonly misdiagnosed

At least 30 Australian children (1 in 200) born every week are at risk of developing some form of mitochondrial […]

Breakthrough in understanding Parkinson’s disease

Research from The University of Queensland could lead to a new treatment for Parkinson’s disease, with future potential applications to nearly 50 […]

Parkinson’s disease: Impact on family and work, and Geoff’s advice …

Geoff knows from personal experience what it’s like to live with Parkinson's disease. He shares tips and advice for others with it and their carers.

Parkinson’s Disease: Geoff shares his journey and advice for others

Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive neurological condition that affects approximately 80,000 Australians. It is not known why a person develops Parkinson’s […]

World-first blood test for Parkinson’s

Currently no clinical biomarker test exists for Parkinson’s and the only means of diagnosis is a neurological examination. By the […]

Helping people with Parkinson’s get a better night’s sleep

A new study at The University of Western Australia may offer hope in alleviating some of the memory and thinking […]