Clinical research studies seek to advance and improve treatment options for a variety of conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease. They are designed to answer questions about the safety and effectiveness of potential new drugs and medicines.
Diverse representation in clinical research is critical—it helps our researchers ensure that we’re making medicines that will be as effective as possible for patients who use them. People respond differently to medicines depending on their age, sex, race, ethnicity, and many other factors.
See how you’re staring at this image? When we stare, shout, walk, or remember, it’s the result of signals passing through the 100 billion nerve cells in our brain called neurons.
Electrical charges help these neurons talk to each other. These charges can generate enough electricity to power a low-wattage bulb!1 The combination of these electrical and chemical signals is responsible for the actions mentioned above.
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