Research blog

Posts from October 2015

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Under the microscope: mitochondria

A cluster of mitochondria. Image courtesy of NICHD (Flickr).

Mitochondria. A word you might remember from school biology and probably put in a box with the Pythagorean theorem and the French word for pencil case – a box labelled ‘never to be used again’. 

Old drugs, new tricks

It’s time to make MPs recognise the importance of repurposed drugs in speeding up access to effective treatments.

Progressive MS – the big questions

Last week we announced that a new scientific consensus has been reached on how relapsing forms of MS should be treated. This is big news for people with relapsing MS, but what about those with a progressive form? It can be incredibly frustrating and disappointing to hear about new developments that aren’t helpful to you. Here we move the spotlight back to progressive MS.

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