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2019 Highlights

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Parkinson's disease (PD) currently affects about 40,000 Australians.
Even modest therapeutic advances that delay disease onset and
progression could significantly reduce the burden of the disease
on patients and the level of care required.
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Parkinson’s Disease
Research
Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease where the immune system reacts abnormally
to gluten. For people with coeliac disease, even small amounts of gluten can damage the
lining of the small intestine (bowel). We’re undertaking research initiatives that will help
discover new ways to diagnose, treat, and manage Coeliac Disease.
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Coeliac Disease
Research
Tourette’s syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder that develops
in childhood. Individuals with TS make involuntary movements
and vocalisations (known as tics), which may be painful,
embarassing, and functionally impairing.
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Tourette’s Syndrome
Research
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a fatal neurodegenerative disease where the nerve cells
that enable us to move, speak, breath, and swallow slowly fail to work normally.
Research is sorely needed to understand and alter the progression of this condition.
Motor Neurone Disease
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Parkinson’s
Disease
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Coeliac Disease
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Tourette’s
Syndrome
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Motor Neurone
Disease
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A new lease on life for Kym

In 2017 Kym’s life was full and happy. But what Kym didn’t know was that a rare genetic disease, Porphyria, was now waking within her body. A clinical trial for a new therapy is providing hope that life could return to normal.

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A new lease on life for Kym

In 2017 Kym’s life was full and happy. But what Kym didn’t know was that a rare genetic disease, Porphyria, was now waking within her body. A clinical trial for a new therapy is providing hope that life could return to normal.

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