17 May Alzheimer’s, Anger and Aggression – There May Be a Connection
Sudden outbursts of anger, aggression or agitation are all part of the Alzheimer’s disease process. Managing these symptoms can be difficult. But, you’re not alone! Doctors are working daily to find treatments.
We are currently enrolling men and women to participate in a clinical study for Anger and Aggression in connection with Alzheimer’s disease.
You may be eligible for this study, if you:
Study participants will receive investigational medication, lab work and other tests, cognitive exams and physical exams. Compensation for time and travel will be provided. No insurance is necessary.
To take part in the study, individuals must:
- Be at least 50 years old
- Have a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease
- Experience at least moderate agitation and/or aggression
- Exhibit agitation and/or aggression at least once a week
- Have a study partner, informant or caregiver who is willing to participate in the study
The study will last approximately 3 months, during which participants will attend 7 study visits and 4 telephone contact visits. Participants will be monitored throughout the study. The investigational drug and study-related procedures will be provided at no cost. Cost of travel and meals on visit days may be reimbursed.
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