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Cerebral palsy blood test a “game changer”
Scientists have published encouraging early results which suggest it may soon be possible to identify cerebral palsy with a simple
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Girl with locked-in syndrome stages “amazing” recovery
A teenage girl is making a remarkable recovery following a catastrophic brain haemorrhage that resulted in locked-in syndrome.
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Woman with cerebral palsy takes on 20,000-foot mountain
A woman with cerebral palsy has successfully climbed the tallest mountain in Africa – proving no feat is impossible.
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Leading charity raises awareness of the benefits of stem cell therapy for MS patients
Patients who are living with highly active, relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS), could benefit from stem cell therapy. That is according
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Researcher discovers positive impact of cognitive activity after brain injury
Research into brain injuries has revealed that short bursts of cognitive activity may help the rehabilitation and treatment process.
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Woman supports muscular dystrophy charity with 75km swim
A Weymouth woman is hoping to raise awareness of muscular dystrophy, along with money for a friend of family, by
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What is cerebral palsy and does it affect your quality of life?
Each year, around one in 400 babies are born with a lifelong condition known as cerebral palsy. The condition often
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Equestrian sustains serious brain injury following fall from horse
Olympic eventer, Jonty Evans, has sustained a serious brain injury after falling from his horse, Cooley Rorkes Drift.
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Headway criticises football officials following goalkeeper concussion incident
The brain injury charity Headway has continued its criticism of safety in sports after it was revealed that a goalkeeper
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Children with a certain form of cerebral palsy may benefit from targeted rehab
Researchers have found that rehabilitation therapy targeting involuntary hand movements may benefit children living with a form of cerebral palsy
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How do close relationships improve life after brain injury?
A new study has looked into the benefits of forming or strengthening positive relationships after suffering a brain injury.
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Ex-policeman walking length of Britain for multiple sclerosis
Jim Thompson, a retired policeman from Sunderland, is walking the length of Britain to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis
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