The National Institute on Aging Seeks Individuals Who Are Experiencing Early Stages of Mild Cognitive Impairment for Their Study
"Imagine a World Without Alzheimer's"
ADNI GO, a landmark research study sponsored by the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health is examining the sequence and timing of events at the initial onset of mild cognitive symptoms and may help scientists to better identify who is at risk for Alzheimer's Disease, as well as the effectiveness of potential prevention and treatment strategies. Specifically, researchers seek volunteers between the ages of 55 and 90 years old who may be transitioning from normal cognitive aging to an early stage of mild cognitive impairment, a condition that may progress to Alzheimer's disease. This two-year, 24 million-dollar study focuses for the first time on people experiencing the very earliest complaints of memory problems that affect their daily activities. Several nationwide clinical research sites are taking part in the ADNI GO study and are looking for participants.
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