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Guillain-Barré Syndrome and Associated Inflammatory Neuropathies (GAIN) provide information and support for anyone affected by GBS, CIDP, Miller Fisher, MMN, and other related inflammatory neuropathies.

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We want to raise awareness of GBS, CIDP, MMN, and other inflammatory neuropathies. Join us in sharing information and helping others to undertsand the impact of these lifechanging conditions

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GAIN Update 3

Well, fancy that. Another month has gone by and it's time for another GAIN Update, our monthly newsletter to keep you in the loop. Have a read through and get in touch if there is anything you want to discuss, or you just want to have a chat. [pdf-embedder...

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GP Patient Survey Results 2024

The results of the latest GP Patient Survey were released today, and our Chief Executive, Rich Collins, has shared his initial thoughts on the results. Every year, a survey is undertaken looking at the views of patient’s on primary care, the services provided by your...

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Guillain-Barré Syndrome: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow

Our Patron, Professor Richard Hughes shares his thoughts on the history, current position, and future of GBS Yesterday: forms of GBS In 1916, Guillain, Barré and Strohl distinguished Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) from other diseases causing rapid weakness. They...

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