Parkinson's Pain Study (Closed to recruitment)

People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) experience symptoms including shaking and slowness of movement. It is now increasingly recognised that symptoms not involving movement happen frequently in PD, and these are referred to as ‘non-motor symptoms’.  This study is looking at how much pain and the type of pain that people with Parkinson's disease have. We are running the study alongside the Proband study and the Oxford Monument Discovery study so the assessments will be performed at the same time.  We are running the study alongside the Proband study and the Oxford Monument Discovery study so the assessments will be performed at the same time.

Who can be involved?

  • To be eligable to take part in this study, you must also be involved in the Proband study or Oxford Monument Discovery study.

What happens to people taking part in this research?

The person will be asked to provide a blood sample and undertake clinical assessments.

This study has now closed to recruitment. We are currently awaiting results. In the meantime if you would like to find out more please complete the following form:

 

 

 

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