Professor Tom Warner

Professor of Clinical Neuroscience - UCL Institute of Neurology

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Q&A with Dr Marion

Thank you all for your questions. We have put as many as we could to neurologist Dr Marie-Helene Marion and filmed our Q&A. In this discussion we focused on focal dystonias and botulininum toxin.

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Q&A with Professor Warner

Thank you to all those who submitted questions - unfortunately due to time restraints we have been unable to ask all the questions and we have grouped some questions together.

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Andrea West

Chief Executive Officer

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Bernie McMahon

Administrator

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Fiona Ross, OBE (Glasgow)

Chair of Trustees

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Dr Kathryn Peall

MRC Clinician-Scientist Fellow and Honorary Consultant Neurologist - Neurosciences and Mental Health Research Institute, Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences, Cardiff University.

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Dr Marie-Helene Marion

Chair of the British Neurotoxin Network

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Professor Mark J Edwards

Professor of Neurology - St George's University of London & Consultant Neurologist - Atkinson Morley Regional Neuroscience Centre

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Andy Young (Berkshire)

Vice Chair of Trustees

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Q&A with Dr Harbinder Sandhu

We have filmed a video Q&A with Dr Harbinder Sandhu, researcher at Warwick Medical School. Along with her team, she completed a small scale research project funded by the Dystonia Society to help develop a programme which specifically targeted the emotional wellbeing of people living with dystonia, using well-tested principles that target areas such as unhelpful thinking and mindfulness.

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Stephen Fry

Honorary Friend

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Mr Daniel Ezra

Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic surgeon - Moorfields Eye Hospital

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