Progress Issue 15 summer 2014


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The latest issue of Progress, our research magazine is available for download. 

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Stem cells, the story so far We set the record straight – what are stem cells, how this area of research has changed over the past 50 years and why stem cells could play a vital role in our search for a cure.
 
Be part of the search for a cure Two years on we take a look back at our Research Support Network, which brings together people affected by Parkinson's who are passionate about research.
 
Donating your data – are you up to speed? Patient records are a vital resource for medical research. In response to a comment on this forum about care.data, we explain how access to your data is about to change and why this is so important for Parkinson's research.
 
Join us at a research event – Research events are a great way to hear first-hand about the latest developments in Parkinson's research. We’ve hosting a number of events this autumn in Dundee, Manchester, York and London.
 
Download this issue and subscribe to future issues on our website at parkinsons.org.uk/progress.
 
 

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there starting stem cell research on people & have been granted 12 million for this, great news results out 2017-18.