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What has happened in recent months to bring us closer to a cure?

There is increasing evidence that inflammation and the immune system might have contributory roles in the development and progression of Parkinson’s. Dr Williams-Gray’s team at the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Parkinson-Plus are therefore conducting a clinical trial of azathioprine (AZA-PD), a medication already used to treat inflammation by dampening down the immune system’s response, with the aim of slowing brain cell damage and slowing the progression of Parkinson’s.

The Azathioprine Study

Research spotlight

Dr Simon Stott, our Deputy Director of Research, talks about clinical trials in The Stott Spot!

"The way that clinical trials are conducted needs attention - they take too long and we have to wait until they are finished before we get any results."

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The PD Frontline Trial

Find out more about this online genetic testing study for people with Parkinson's, and open trials here


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