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Treating myloma 

NIHR research looks at new treatment approaches for patients with multiple myeloma, a rare and incurable form of blood cancer which occurs in the bone marrow. Read more.

Halting sight loss

NIHR Biomedical Research Centres are leading the way in developing innovative new techniques to treat AMD and restore vision. Read more.

Beating the bugs

The NIHR has committed over £91 million into research addressing the use of antimicrobial drugs such as antibiotics to help tackle one of the biggest global challenges we face. Read more.

Supporting neurodegenerative diseases

A revolutionary neck collar designed to ease pain and make everyday tasks much easier for people with motor neurone diseaseis now available to patients in the NHS and across the world thanks to NIHR funding. Read more.

Living well with dementia

A dementia study called IDEAL, supported and part funded by NIHR, was the first large-scale project of its kind to investigate what factors can be targeted to support people to live well with dementia. Read more.

The future of children's research

NIHR Clinical Research Facilities provide dedicated, purpose built facilities where cutting-edge clinical trials can take place. We take a look at how our facilities have supported the growth in clinical trials for children’s medicines. Read more.

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