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A future without ‎Alzheimer‬'s disease.

Learn the latest news on how Butler Hospital's Memory & Aging Program is working towards a future without Alzheimer's disease through clinical research studies.

Butler Enrolls First Participant in National Landmark Alzheimer's Study
Designed to prevent memory loss, the the "A4 Study" (Anti-Amyloid Treatment in Asymptomatic Alzheimer's Disease Study) is seeking to enroll 1,000 healthy adults who are at risk for developing Alzheimer's disease but show no outward signs of the disease. Press release

A4 Alzheimer's Prevention Study In the News

Associated Press - "Healthy Seniors Tested in Bid to Block Alzheimer's"

WJAR Channel 10 News - "Alzheimer's Disease Prevention Trial"

Providence Journal - "This is Starting a Whole New Era for the Prevention of Alzheimer's"
Providence Journal - "Help Defeat Alzheimer's"

Rhode Island Public Radio - "Butler Kicks Off Alzheimer's Prevention Trial"

 Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery for Alzheimer's Disease
Geraldine Paquin is about to embark on unchartered waters undergoing deep brain stimulation (DBS) for Alzheimer's disease. Learn more DBS for Alzheimer's about from WJAR 10's Barbara Morse Silva on Health Check 10.

New Deep Brain Stimulation Study for Alzheimer's Disease
Butler Hospital's Memory & Aging Program, in collaboration with Rhode Island Hospital, is testing deep brain stimulation for Alzheimer's disease.

Butler Research Improves Diagnostic Tool for Alzheimer's Disease
Research conducted by Butler Hospital's Memory & Aging Program contributes to major diagnostic advance in Alzheimer's disease using Amyvid, recently approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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