Sharp Mesa Vista Clinical Research Center
Sharp Mesa Vista Alzheimer's Studies
Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital is enrolling both men and women ages 55 to 85 for studies of investigational medicines for Alzheimer's disease. To qualify, you must:
- Attend study visits at Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital's Clinical Research Center
- Have a caregiver (spouse, relative or health care aide) who can accompany you to study visits
Mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer's clinical trial.
Researchers are studying a drug called BAN2401 in people who have early Alzheimer's disease (mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer's disease or mild Alzheimer's dementia). People with Alzheimer's disease have a buildup of abnormal protein, known as amyloid, in their brains. BAN2401 may reduce the amount of this abnormal protein. The study drug will be given through injection into a vein. The purpose of this research is: to find out if the study drug has a benefit on a person's cognitive (mental) status using a series of specialized cognitive tests, to learn if the drug is safe and well-tolerated in people with early Alzheimer's disease and to discover how much of the drug is in the blood at different times after injection. Learn more about this study.
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