banner image

News

Flu Advice

Flu Advice for people with A-T Flu advisory from Dr Liz McDermott (Immunologist at our National A-T clinic in Nottingham): […]

Read more about our news posts

ATTest Trial

Delay to the ATTeST trial As some people will be aware, there has been a delay in recruiting people onto […]

Read more about our news posts

There has been a lot of publicity in the media about a break-through in treating Huntington’s disease, and its potential […]

Read more about our news posts

As some people will know, David Hart who had A-T died at the end of August of pancreatic cancer. The […]

Read more about our news posts

about A-T research

There has been a lot of media coverage over the last couple of days of the news that scientists in Oregon have […]

Read more about our news posts

about A-T research

After several years of planning and preparation, the trial of the Erydex System, now known as the ATTeST trial, is […]

Read more about our news posts

There has been talk in the media recently about possible future cuts to disability services and benefits, and this week […]

Read more about our news posts

global

Families and staff from the A-T Society were reduced to tears of joy when they were presented with a grant […]

Read more about our news posts

It is with very great sadness that we report the recent death after a short illness of Mireille Gervasoni.  Mireille, […]

Read more about our news posts

Gorgeous twins, Broghan and Brae Sewell, are living examples of just how indiscriminate A-T is. They both love cycling, their […]

Read more about our news posts