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Could oxygen therapy help those with extensive brain injuries?
An ex-serviceman, who suffered devastating brain injuries while serving in Afghanistan, has begun a course of hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Ben
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Study into stomach bacteria could lead to new MS treatments
Women who have a common stomach bug are at lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis, a new study has suggested.
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Schoolboy with muscular dystrophy takes his campaign to Downing Street
A nine-year-old muscular dystrophy sufferer has handed a personal plea to the Prime Minister. Archie Hill, from Buckinghamshire, has 22,785
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Postcode lottery for those with neurological conditions
A new report has revealed that around six out of ten people with neurological conditions have had problems accessing the
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Charity uses launch of film to raise awareness of MND
A film about the life of Stephen Hawking –the brilliant astrophysicist who developed Motor Neurone Disease –is helping raise awareness
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Brain injury charity recognises Sarah’s incredible achievements
An inspirational young woman who was left partially paralysed by a devastating brain injury has received a national award. Sarah
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Health Minister promises urgent meeting over muscular dystrophy drug
A family has taken its fight for access to a pioneering muscular dystrophy drug to the Health Minister. Nine-year-old Archie
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Charity welcomes new research into spinal cord injuries
Scientists have developed a drug which offers fresh hope to those who have suffered spinal cord injuries. The team at
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Veteran cyclist criticised for setting a “dangerous” example
A brain injury charity has criticised a recent feature on BBC Breakfast, in which a former Olympic cycling champion was
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More support needed for those diagnosed with MS
A charity has said that far too little information is made available to those who have recently been diagnosed with
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Charity’s appeal for greater awareness of conditions like cerebral palsy
The charity Scope has said more must be done to educate businesses about disability, after a man with cerebral palsy
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Study reveals high prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
A study has further corroborated a growing awareness of a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in neuromuscular disease. The
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