A new study seeking to learn more about the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease in normal healthy volunteers aged between 65 and 83 years of age is currently being conducted at the Glasgow Memory Clinic.
By volunteering for the TOMMORROW study, you are contributing to a process that may have the potential to help millions of people at risk for developing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) due to Alzheimer’s disease.
The TOMMORROW study has two main goals. First, it will evaluate whether a new investigational test involving two specific genes can predict a person’s risk for developing MCI in the next 5 years. A second goal is to explore whether an investigational medication will delay the first symptoms of MCI due to AD in people who are cognitively normal.
Our experience is that taking part in research is a positive thing to do
If you would like more information or to be considered for a suitable study please call our Research Team on 0141 948 5068.Posted 16th January 2014