If you are at risk for Alzheimer’s disease, you may be eligible for a clinical research study sponsored by Eli Lilly
ABOVE VIDEO: Meet Dr. Rosemary Laird, Principal Investigator and Geriatrician who explains the importance of brain health, early detection and who should be screened for Alzheimer’s. Do you want to know if you could have Alzheimer’s or Dementia problems in the future? You could be a participant in a clinical trial for Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention study from Jan. 28-29 in Melbourne.
ABOVE VIDEO: Do you want to know if you could have Alzheimer’s or Dementia problems in the future? You could be a participant in a clinical trial for Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention study from Jan. 28-29 in Melbourne.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The TRAILBLAZER-ALZ 3 study, a new research study sponsored by Eli Lilly and Company, is testing whether a study drug can potentially prevent or slow down the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and you may be able to join the research study. For more information, call 407-680-0534 or visit trailblazer3study.com.
Changes in the brain can occur 10-20 YEARS before Alzheimer’s disease symptoms appear.
CAN I BE PART OF THIS TRIAL?
Yes, you may be able to join the research study if you:
■ Are aged 55-80 years old
■ Have normal memory and thinking
■ Have a reliable study partner*
■ Pass study screening activities
*A study partner is a person who is familiar with your day-to-day life and would notice any changes in your memory, thinking, mood and behavior. This could be your spouse, partner, friend, relative or caregiver. Your study partner would also consent to the trial.
DATE: January 28 and 29
TIME: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
LOCATION: The Brennity, located at 7300 Watersong Way, Melbourne, Florida 32940
FOR MORE INFORMATION, call 407-680-0534 or visit trailblazer3study.com.