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Clinical Trials on Memory Loss Due to Alzheimer’s Disease are Probably Being Conducted at a Site Near You

Alzheimer’s disease is incurable.  There are medications that provide limited relief from the cognitive and behavioral changes that manifest themselves over the course of this disease.  The medical research community and the pharmaceutical industry are vigorously trying to discover new and better medications to treat this disease.  For information on where clinical trials are being...


Participation in a clinical research study may be a way to obtain relief from the behavioral symptoms associated with bipolar disorder

Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric condition in which people with this disorder periodically may cycle between periods of depressionand periods of extreme/abnormal bouts of energy, flights of thought/fantasy and elation. The latter is commonly referred to as mania. While there are a number of medications currently available to people who suffer from this disorder, medical...


Suffering from depression? Consider participating in a clinical research study

Depression is a mental disorder characterized by a pervasive and persistent low mood that is accompanied by feelings of sadness, low self-esteem and by a loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities. While there are many medications currently available to treat this condition, many people remain dissatisfied with the degree of relief these...


Clinical research studies offer a unique way to gain access to experimental medications intended to treat symptoms of Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia can be a highly debilitating disorder that can impact significantly how people with this disorder think and deal with life’s everyday challenges.  While there are currently multiple drugs that physicians use to treat this disorder, effectiveness of a drug can often times be less than entirely satisfactory or the drug may posses one or...