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The Cure3 Exhibition

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, in association with Bonhams and Artwise, is delighted to announce the second edition of Cure3, an acclaimed selling exhibition devised to raise awareness of and funds for Parkinson’s research.


Author: Gemma Marks

From Genetics to Clinic

Evolving genetic discoveries in Parkinson's into trials for disease modifying treatments...


Author: Suzanne Bailey

Stem Cell Therapies - Research Update

When diagnosed, people with Parkinson’s have often had the disease for years and have lost over half of the dopamine producing cells in their brain. Now scientists are searching for a way to replace these nerve cells.


Author: Suzanne Bailey

Latest news

  • Herantis Announces Non-Invasive Treatment Plan of CDNF

    Herantis Pharma has announced the initiation of a non-invasive CDNF development programme to broaden the application of CDNF in Parkinson's. Read more

  • The Lixisenatide Trial

    Another trial in the promising GLP-1 cohort, this study will evaluate the effect of lixisenatide versus placebo on the progression of motor disability in people with early Parkinson's in order to assess its potential disease-modifying effect. Read more

  • The Liraglutide Trial

    This GLP-1 receptor agonist study will test the efficacy and safety of liraglutide in the treatment of people with idiopathic Parkinson's (PD)... Read more

Latest events

  • Research Involvement and Engagement Meeting

    The Cure Parkinson’s Trust in collaboration with the Parkinson’s Academy is hosting a meeting dedicated to Research Engagement and Involvement. Read more

  • Grand Challenges in Parkinson's Disease & Rallying to the Challenge 2018

    Grand Challenges in Parkinson’s Disease, Mich. USA brings together hundreds of scientists, clinicians and people with Parkinson’s to explore the latest Parkinson’s disease research. Read more

  • Research Update Meeting - Spring 2018

    Our Spring Research Update Meeting took place on World Parkinson's Day - 11th April 2018. Watch the recorded presentations here now... Read more