On Saturday 9 July, our incredible team of supporters crossed the finish line of their Raid Alpine challenge, covering 770km of distance and 18,000m of ascent – all on their bikes and all in just six days!
We would like to invite you to take this survey about participation in Parkinson’s clinical trials. The survey is for people with Parkinson’s, who either have or have not previously taken part in a clinical trial. This is an opportunity to tell us about your…
Rallying to the Challenge is a meeting designed for and by people with Parkinson’s, advocates and care partners to explore how the Parkinson’s community can impact and accelerate research.
The WHO have published a technical brief entitled Parkinson disease: a public health approach, outlining the global burden, treatment gaps and crucial areas for intervention in Parkinson’s.
Setting off on 4 July, 22 dedicated challenge cyclists took on the Raid Alpine route, cycling 770 kilometres through some of the most feared climbs, to raise funds for Cure Parkinson’s and support the charity’s search for a cure.