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Researchers have demonstrated the genetic and clinical characteristics of a rare form of Charcot Marie Tooth Disease (CMT), an incurable genetic disease of the nerves that causes progressive and debilitating muscle weakness and sensory loss.
The development of a novel tool promises to greatly enhance researchers’ understanding of epileptic seizures.
Registration is open to apply to attend a three day workshop on frugal medical technology innovation hosted by the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering.
Investigators, patients and the public are invited to a special event to hear updates from the Targit trials team, who look at radiotherapy methods for breast cancer.
A landmark study is exploring potential biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias using participants that have been followed since 1946.
A University College Hospital patient was diagnosed with prostate cancer using a hyperpolarised MRI scan in August 2017, as part of a UCL trial looking to develop more accurate and personalised treatment for cancer.

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