Tag Archives: Department of Medicine: Imperial College London

The Subjective Impact of Cognitive Impairment Upon People with Parkinson’s Disease (Parkinson’s Disease)

Summary Qualitative research which explores the subjective impact of cognitive impairment on people with Parkinson’s Disease and their carers / families. Full Text Link Reference Lawson, RA. Collerton, D. [and] Taylor, JP. [et al] (2018). Coping with cognitive impairment in … Continue reading

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Cancer Drugs to Assist Nerve Regeneration? (BBC News / Brain)

Summary Researchers at Imperial College London have suggested that cancer drugs called nutlins may influence mechanisms with the potential for enabling certain aspects of CNS nerve regeneration (at least in animal studies involving severed spinal cords): Full Text Link Reference … Continue reading

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