The Neurological Field Continues to Update

In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in new diagnostic information, pharmacological and neurosurgical treatments for neurological disease, as well as a greater understanding of brain function. Our news section informs you of ongoing topics with a potential worldwide influence. In addition to this section, we inform through our social media platforms to keep connect with our member more easier than before. 

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  • World Federation of Neurology News
    We inform you on our projects and activities, the journal updates, the WFN committee update and more...
  • Neurology News
    Update on interesting news and current activities with worldwide scope. From the history of neurology through the modern technology that shape neurology nowadays.
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World Federation of Neurology News

10 Nov 2019

Journal of the Neurological Sciences issue 406 now available

Vol. 406, November 2019 now available

1 Nov 2019

Final day highlights from the World Congress of Neurology 2019

The atmosphere has been electric at the World Trade Centre, Dubai over the past five days.

31 Oct 2019

Highlights from Day Four of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

It had been a fabulous 24th World Congress so far. The diversity of the speakers and delegates continue to the make the world congress the premier event in neurology. 

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Neurology News

12 Nov 2019

Essential medicines for patients with multiple sclerosis

In December 2018 MSIF submitted an application to the World Health Organization, to add MS treatments to the Essential Medicines List.


5 Nov 2019

Alzheimer’s experts greet China’s surprise approval of a drug for brain disease with hope and caution

A Chinese biotech startup has startled neuroscientists and drug developers with a new plant-based compound it claims improves cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients by altering their gut microbiomes.

28 Oct 2019

Dementia risk higher in those who eat more trans fats

A new study of older adults in a Japanese town has found that those whose blood contained higher levels of trans fats were more likely to develop dementia than those with lower levels.

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