The health of millions has been improved because of advances in science and technology, and the willingness of thousands of individual volunteers to take part in clinical research. Unfortunately, 85% of trials face delays and 30% never even get off the ground because of a lack of volunteers, resulting in a dramatic slowdown in progress toward a cure. Participating in a clinical trial is an invaluable way to get involved in the pursuit of a cure.
No amount of funding or other resources can make up for a lack of volunteers.
To participate in research, please fill out this form.
A critical need for volunteers in the Atlanta area
The lives of millions of people with all types of diseases have been improved through advances in science and technology. That progress would not be possible without the thousands of volunteers who have taken part in clinical research.
Unfortunately, 85% of clinical trials face delays, and 30% never even get off the ground, because of a lack of volunteers. This dramatically slows the progress toward a cure. No amount of funding or other resources can make up for a lack of volunteers.
A chance for you to make a real difference
Participating in Young Onset (also known as Early Onset) Alzheimer’s research is a unique contribution that can only be made by people who have been diagnosed with the disease. You have the opportunity to help future sufferers of Young Onset; your efforts may even someday lead to a cure.
Start by sending in the form below
We will contact you to ask a few questions, to determine what types of tests you might be comfortable with. We will then direct you to a particular research study that needs people like you. We’ll be glad to answer any questions, and of course you will never be asked to do anything you don’t feel comfortable with.
We thank you in advance for your generous participation, and for joining us in this noble cause.