While Alzheimer’s is better understood today than in the past, no effective treatments for the disease have yet been found. One major challenge facing Alzheimer’s drug trials is finding participants. As GAP President John Dwyer says, “The biggest problem is that people are not aware of clinical trials. The fact is, the first person to be cured of Alzheimer’s will be in a clinical trial. It won’t randomly happen.”
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