Although it may seem like progress is happening slowly, clinical trials, even failed ones, have provided important information for researchers to learn about the disease and potential treatments. These advances would not be possible without clinical trial participants and their care partners.
Managing the emotional burden of dementia can be difficult and considering clinical trial participation may feel overwhelming. Understanding what will be expected of you before, during, and after the trial is important. Here is some information to support you through the learning curve. Talk with your primary doctor or the research team if you have additional questions.
Alzheimer's Disease Research
Joining a Trial
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End of a Trial
Browse our list of current clinical trials to see if one of the trials is right for you, or sign up to receive Lilly Trials Alerts when new trials are listed or begin enrolling near you.
Brain health is one of the most urgent issues for our healthcare system, our economy, and our country. Evidence is strong that people can reduce their risk of cognitive decline by making conscious lifestyle changes like regular physical activity and participating in social engagements. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
Caregiving can be one of the most stressful, emotional and physically exhausting jobs there is. Nearly half of all caregivers who provide help to other adults do so for someone living with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The role of the caregiver also goes way beyond just basic “day to day care”. They are also the “voice of the patient” and play a very important role in future solutions. Listen to the podcast to learn more.