New Groundbreaking Study Could Help Those Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s
CHARLESTON, SC (FOX 24 NEWS NOW) – By the year 2060, there could be 14-million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
There is no cure for the progressive disease that causes memory loss. More severe symptoms effect involuntary bodily functions later down the road, which requires around the clock care.
This national crisis has scientists, researchers and doctors working feverishly to find a treatment that will slow or stop memory problems altogether.
Roper St. Francis Hospital is just one of forty clinics and academic medical institutions around the country to join in on a new, groundbreaking study.
Dr. Jacobo Mintzer from Roper St. Francis joined us to tell us more about this study and what this means to families from coast to coast.
To find a T2 Protect AD study site near you, visit www.T2Protect.org