Alzheimer’s and Clinical Trials

According to researchers from the University of Southern California, Latinos are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease. They are also less likely to look for treatment because of financial, language, and cultural barriers. We talk about what treatment options are available to patients with Alzheimer’s disease with Dr. Edward Zamrini, the director of the Cleo Robert Memory Center at Banner Sun Health Research Institute.

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Dr. Edward Zamrini, the director of the Cleo Robert Memory Center at Banner Sun Health Research Institute.

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