This is a clinical trial for
Patients with Memory Issues

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) refers to problems with memory and thinking that go beyond normal aging, but do not interfere with daily life. MCI is associated with a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Clinical trials are currently testing if treatments can slow or stop cognitive decline from MCI and Alzheimer’s disease. Take the screener below to see if you qualify for any of our currently open MCI clinical studies.

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Do any of the following apply to you?

How old are you?

Some studies require that you bring a study partner with you to the clinic visits. Study partners are friends or family members who can provide insights about your general health and share their perspective on how you are performing daily activities. In some instances this could require keeping a diary. Do you have a person who could act as your study partner?

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Would you be willing to participate in a clinical trial that is testing an investigational medication?

Would you be willing to receive this investigational medication intravenously (through an IV)?

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