Many researchers, convinced that Alzheimer’s disease begins in the brain decades before symptoms appear, are conducting clinical studies focused on stopping the disease at this very early stage. Yet these studies lack participants. One reason that these studies lack participants is that it’s simply not intuitive to volunteer for an Alzheimer’s study if you have no symptoms. However, even if people are interested in volunteering, they worry about the time involved, the privacy of their information and whether their health insurance rates will rise if they do participate.
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