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ReCognition Study for Early Memory Loss

As the world’s population ages, the number of people who suffer from dementia caused by Alzheimer’s disease greatly increases.  New researches show a link between sleep, cognitive dysfunction and Alzheimer’s.

ReCOGNITION is a research study testing whether better sleep may improve Alzheimer’s patients’ cognitive function.  In a health clinic near you, doctors are looking for volunteers with mild Alzheimer’s, to evaluate a new investigational medication.  The study takes 26 weeks, in which participants visit the clinic with their caregiver five times only.

Study-related visits, tests, and drugs will be provided free of charge.  Compensation for time and travel may be provided.  Doctors in your area need help with the ReCOGNITION research study!

For more information please visit or dial (860) 443-4567.

Local Study Doctors:  Dr. Laurence Radin, Dr. Edward McDermott, Jr., Andrea Stewart APRN