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Prevention of Memory Loss (60-85 year olds) — Varies, based on study

Has your family been affected by Alzheimer's? Research studies are underway to slow…


Prevention of Memory Loss (60-85 year olds)
Research is underway to target the actual source of Alzheimer's disease in the brain and prevent memory loss.

Multiple studies are currently recruiting volunteers ages 60-85, who are not currently experiencing any significant memory loss more than what is due to normal aging. Participants need to be in generally good health. It is okay to have some stable medical conditions, our staff can review the criteria with you over the phone.

Our research is conducted by board-certified physicians and neuropsychologists under FDA and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines. All services are free of charge, meaning you will not be charged for study-related care, medications, or exams.

Compensation

Compensation varies based on each specific study. Payments tend to range from $50-$100 for each visit to our clinic. Free transportation may also be available for qualified participants.

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