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Clinical Research has advanced and there are now clinical trials aiming to prevent memory loss before it begins as well as delay the progression.
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We specialize in Central Nervous System (CNS) trials, with an emphasis on Alzheimer’s Disease, for which we are recognized as one of the leading top-tier sites in North America.
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