Checkpoint inhibitors: transforming cancer therapy

Harnessing the power of the body’s immune system to fight cancer is one of the most exciting breakthroughs in treatment, but there remains much to be done and understood

Five tech innovations transforming cancer care

Research and innovation are transforming the way we treat cancer and bringing hope to millions of people diagnosed with the disease. Here are five of the most exciting developments

Don’t tarnish the golden age of MS

Treatment of multiple sclerosis is at a crossroads and we must take the direction of targeting the disease early with revolutionary therapies, writes Danny Buckland

‘Old’ drugs for new treatments

An unprecedented choice of treatments may soon be available in the battle against multiple sclerosis, as John Illman reports

Leading innovation in Multiple Sclerosis

Through cutting-edge science and medicine, Biogen Idec discovers, develops and delivers to patients innovative therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, haemophilia and autoimmune disorders

Top 10 ways to nod off to sleep

One in five people have trouble sleeping and more than 15 million prescriptions are written for sleeping pills in the UK every year, so Jane Symons asked the experts and examined the latest research to compile Raconteur’s Good Sleep Guide

And so to dream…

The question of how seriously we can take our dreams and what we should make of their content is posed more cautiously and rationally than ever before, as Joshi Herrmann discovers

Repairing the damage

Stroke does not only cause devastating physical damage, it also has a profound psychological and emotional impact on survivors and their families. It sends out emotional shockwaves that can lead to marriage breakdown and cause post-traumatic stress syndrome. Judy Hobson reviews the help available for stroke rehabilitation