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Therapeutic Areas: Healthy Volunteers
Disease Category: Healthy Patient Studies
Location: United States, CT

Clinical Trial Details


Research Study Summary

Clinical trial for Volunteers with Memory Issues


This clinical trial is provided by Antidote.

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 an MCI clinical study.

This study has an online pre-screener.

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CW ID: 227688
Date Last Changed: September 27, 2017

Clinical Trial Snapshot

Both Male and Female
50 to 85 Years
Overall Status
Lead Sponsor
24 Days
Facility Type


  • Subjects must interested in participating in clinical trials
  • Subjects must have a study partner that can attend some clinic visits and be available by phone to provide information about your general health
  • Subjects must not have Hep B or C
  • Subjects must not have been treated with major depression

More Info

Without people willing to volunteer their time for medical research, it would be almost impossible to evaluate new treatments for medical conditions, and potentially few medical advances would be made. Most clinical studies use a placebo to test the investigational medicine against the drug.

This study has an online pre-screener.


This study has an online pre-screener.

Juline Hobbs
Located in:
New Haven, CT 16510

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