NIHR Providing £124m for Research

The National Institute for Health Research has put aside £124 million for research projects.

The money will be made available over 5 years by the NIHR and applied to a number of different healthcare areas. The projects that are to benefit “could potentially help the development of ground breaking treatments,” as stated by Lord Howe, the UK Health Minister.

The UK’s Chief Medical Officer, Dame Sally Davies, has said that the projects “will link the NHS, universities, and other relevant organisations providing care for patients.”  Reduction in the risk of dementia and improvement in nutrition and exercise of those already diagnosed are just two areas in which the research will be focussed.

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