GAP Foundation Strives to Boost Clinical Trial Participation in U.S. Alzheimer’s Trials

GAP Foundation Strives to Boost Clinical Trial Participation in U.S. Alzheimer’s Trials
As the number of Americans with Alzheimer's disease continues to soar, the Global Alzheimer's Platform (GAP) Foundation is establishing a new model to speed Alzheimer’s clinical trials and increase participation in research. To achieved its goal, the foundation is launching various measures to slash trial cycle times by up to two years. That would allow potential life-changing therapies to reach Alzheimer’ patients faster. One such measure is the creation of a sophisticated online recruitment process for interested participants — from those with pre-symptomatic conditions to those with mild and moderate Alzheimer's disease. The Washington-based foundation also plans to extend its GAP Network (GAP-Net) — a platform of academic and
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  1. Linda Grishman says:

    I have early stage Alzheimers. I have been waiting for a clinical trial. My neurologist is absolutely useless and he is the only one specializing in Alzheimers in Burlington Vermont. He needs to retire.
    I have done extensive research into clinical trial. I had to go all the way to Albany NY to find out more info about Aducsnumab. As you can see, I am still quite well. However, this disease has taken my maternal aunt, her daughter, my Mom and my sister who also had Parkinsons
    She was 12 years older than me.
    I cannot travel to Montreal. Where can Ifind a clinical trial that is closer to Burlington VT.
    I truly hope for a reply soon.
    Linda Grishman

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