World Federation of Neurology News

Potential New Biomarkers for Parkinson’s Disease Could Change Trajectory of Diagnosis and Treatment

19 Nov 2019

A groundbreaking presentation coming out of the XXIV World Congress of Neurology (WCN 2019) in Dubai, UAE, highlighted several significant advances in Parkinson’s research.

Pregnancy no longer believed to modify trajectory of MS, experts say

19 Nov 2019

How data is analyzed can lead to a misunderstanding of whether pregnancy can impact the long-term prognosis of MS—a shift from earlier studies about the interaction between pregnancy and MS.

Prognosis for MS changing due to advancements in treatment and awareness, yet access to care is top of mind for neurologists

19 Nov 2019

Are regulators keeping up with new treatments and management strategies that can greatly improve the lives of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS)?

Journal of the Neurological Sciences issue 406 now available

10 Nov 2019

Vol. 406, November 2019 now available

Final day highlights from the World Congress of Neurology 2019

1 Nov 2019

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

Highlights from Day Four of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

31 Oct 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. 

Highlights from Day Three of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

30 Oct 2019

Prof. Tissa Wijeratne looks back at day three of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

Journal of the Neurological Sciences issue 405 now available

30 Oct 2019

Vol. 405, October 2019 now available

Effect of Climate Change on the Brain, Link to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, at XXIV World Congress

29 Oct 2019

Breakthrough studies indicate that the impact of air pollution and rising incidents of stroke, Parkinson's and other neurological diseases are potentially linked.

Highlights from Day Two of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

29 Oct 2019

Prof. Tissa Wijeratne reflects on Day Two of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

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