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thumbnail Adolescents with cerebral palsy as happy as able-bodied peers

Adolescents with cerebral palsy face multiple challenges, but their quality of life (QoL) is on a par with their able-bodied peers, according to new research published in the Lancet.


published on: 7th October 2014

thumbnail £8M investment for the next generation of North scientists

Newcastle is leading a partnership of North universities which has been given funding by Government to train the scientists of the future.


published on: 3rd October 2014

thumbnail Health under the spotlight in new season of Newcastle University public lectures

Diabetes, autism, medical innovation and sustainable healthcare are on the agenda for the new season of Insights public lectures.


published on: 26th September 2014

thumbnail Potential new drug for childhood leukaemia

Nearly 40% of children with leukaemia whose disease returns after treatment could benefit from a drug designed to treat colon, skin and lung cancer. 


published on: 23rd September 2014

thumbnail David Burn appointed Parkinson's UK Clinical Director

Newcastle University neurologist Professor David Burn has been appointed as Clinical Director of Parkinson's UK, in a bid to drive forward urgent improvements to the standard of care for people with Parkinson's.


published on: 12th September 2014

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