LRRK2 is a protein that becomes hyperactive in some people with Parkinson’s, and this increased level of activity is believed to be involved in the progression of their Parkinson’s. Now, two biotech companies have announced plans for two new clinical trials to test their ‘LRRK2…
Cure Parkinson’s patron and TV comedy writer Paul Mayhew-Archer has written a wonderful poem as part of our Christmas Appeal, based on the notion that Father Christmas has Parkinson’s.
On Tuesday 7 December, over 90 guests attended the historic Cavalry and Guards Club on London’s Piccadilly for the annual Grouse & Grape Luncheon, raising over xx for Parkinson’s research.
Three major lines of clinical investigation are currently underway to determine if stopping the clustering of alpha-synuclein in Parkinson’s can help to slow down the progression of the disease.
Sisters Susanna and Eliza Kidd had a super summer of fundraising for Cure Parkinson’s!