Memory Screening Helps Prevent Dementia, and You Can get it for Free Here in N.J.

Three GAP-Net Sites, The Cognitive and Research Center of New Jersey, Princeton Medical Institute, and Advanced Memory Research Institute of New Jersey are hosting a state wide FREE memory screening for individuals 50+. If you’re worried about the threat of dementia, there’s something you can do right now to reduce your risk. Get your memory […]

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To Beat Alzheimer’s, Tampa Seniors From Underserved Communities can get Involved in Clinical Trials

GAP-Net Site, Axiom Clinical Research of Florida, talks about the Bio-Hermes study and what people from traditionally underserved communities can do to get involved in research. We need an accessible means of diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease and research that demonstrates that new therapies and diagnostic tools work for all people. As a neurological researcher and an […]

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Breakthrough Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial Seeks to Include More Black and Diverse Volunteers

GAP’s Bio-Hermes study was featured in BlackNews.com about our groundbreaking commitment to diversity. Washington, DC — Research sites in Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Texas, and New York are now recruiting participants for The Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation® (GAP)’s Bio-Hermes Study – a breakthrough Alzheimer’s clinical trial searching for cost-effective methods to assess the signs of the disease. It is […]

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Central Florida Neurologists Encourage the Black Community to Volunteer for Study of Alzheimer’s Assessment Tools

GAP’s Tamiko MaGee-Rodgers, Associate Director for Recruitment and Strategic Initiatives, wrote an article in the Orlando Times about the Black community getting involved in Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials and the Bio-Hermes study at GAP-Net site, Charter Research. At the Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP), our focus is speeding the delivery of innovative therapies to people […]

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Neurologists Encourage Blacks to Volunteer for Alzheimer’s Study

GAP-Net site, Progressive Medical Research, was featured in the Daytona Times for the Bio-Hermes study and how to get a free brain scan. The effects of Alzheimer’s disease on Black families across the U.S. are devastating. If nothing is done to mitigate these effects, according to researchers at Florida International University and UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, by 2030 […]

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Bio-Hermes Study Underway To Develop Cost-Effective Alzheimer’s Diagnostics

GAP President John Dwyer and GAP-Net site, Charter Research, were featured in Being Patient talking about the Bio-Hermes study, our commitment to diversity, and the tests used in the study. Scientists have made strides in improving the precision of diagnosing Alzheimer’s, but available diagnostic tools that measure Alzheimer’s biomarkers remain inaccessible for many patients. So, […]

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Neurologists Encourage Blacks to Volunteer for Alzheimer’s Study

GAP President John Dwyer and GAP-Net site, Axiom Clinical Research, were featured in the Florida Courier about the Bio-Hermes study and the importance of Black and African American participation in Alzheimer’s trials. The effects of Alzheimer’s Disease on the Black families across the U.S. are devastating. If nothing is done to mitigate these effects, according […]

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Wash U Neurologist Explains Controversy Behind New Alzheimer’s Drug: Aduhelm

GAP-Net site Washington Univeristy in St. Louis’ Dr. Joy Snider about the pros and cons about the approval of Aduhelm (Aducanumab). The recent FDA approval of a new Alzheimer’s drug has some researchers concerned — aside from its $56,000-a-year price tag. It’s the first Alzheimer’s drug to be approved since 2003. It’s called aducanumab and is marketed […]

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