Clinical research is the cornerstone of medicine. It allows scientists and researchers to determine the effectiveness of new treatments. Participating in clinical research helps to bring us closer to finding treatments for degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.

Every medication used to treat a given health condition requires a group of qualified volunteers, like yourself, to participate in a clinical research trial. Clinical trials are the foundation of a successful Alzheimer's treatment development. They allow researchers to gain information into the efficacy of a new medication. More volunteers are needed to help scientists test the new treatments and pave the way towards a potential cure for memory loss. Without volunteers for clinical trials, there can be no advancement in treatments, no prevention and no cure for Alzheimer's disease. Cogniciti is dedicated to accelerating the recruitment of research volunteers for at-risk Alzheimer’s clinical trials.

If you, or someone you know, has ever had cancer, high cholesterol, or any other medical condition treated with medication, then you have already benefitted from clinical research. For example, treatments to prevent the recurrence of breast cancer such as Herceptin and Tamoxifen, or statins to lower cholesterol levels and prevent cardiovascular disease, were only deemed safe and effective as a result of qualified volunteers taking part in clinical trials. At the time that they participated, these volunteers didn’t know if the treatment would benefit them individually, let alone anyone else, yet years later, millions of people are benefiting from these treatments.

Brain health researchers need volunteers like you to help advance science. 
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