ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE CLINICAL OR TRIAL ?
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE   Is a type of dementia that causes dangerous and    radical problems in a person’s way of    thinkin...
PROBLEM   Are pharmacology trial based studies more efficient    than common clinical studies on the diagnosis of    Alzh...
HYPOTHESIS   Trial research based on pharmacology experiments    will be the best way to diagnose and treat    Alzheimer’...
OBJECTIVES   To take advantage of my experiment’s results for a    better understanding of the disease   To prove that “...
METHODOLOGY   Clinical studies will consist of 2 groups of people    within the ages of 45 to 65 years old   Each group ...
PATIENT’S CONSENT   Each participant of the Pharmacology Trial study    must sign an informed consent    agreement, affir...
EXPECTED RESULTS   Trial research will be more efficient than Clinical    studies to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease   Pati...
LONG TERM GOALS   To drastically influence the way Alzheimer’s disease    is diagnosed   To develop new treatments based...
REFERENCES   Alzheimers Association. 2012 Alzheimers disease    facts and figures. Alzheimers and Dementia: The    Journa...
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Rise proposal oral presentation 19

  1. 1. ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE CLINICAL OR TRIAL ?
  2. 2. ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE Is a type of dementia that causes dangerous and radical problems in a person’s way of thinking, memory, and behavior Dementia is the general term used to describe memory loss and other intellectual abilities that negatively affects a patient’s daily life
  3. 3. PROBLEM Are pharmacology trial based studies more efficient than common clinical studies on the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease ? Does having any cardiovascular condition directly affects the possibility of a person under the age of 65 to develop Alzheimer’s disease in the future ?
  4. 4. HYPOTHESIS Trial research based on pharmacology experiments will be the best way to diagnose and treat Alzheimer’s disease People with cardiovascular conditions will have more possibilities of suffering Alzheimer’s disease than does who do not
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES To take advantage of my experiment’s results for a better understanding of the disease To prove that “trial studies” are the best way to recognize and diagnose Alzheimer’s disease To prove people with cardiovascular conditions are more likely to develop Alzheimer before the age of 65 years old
  6. 6. METHODOLOGY Clinical studies will consist of 2 groups of people within the ages of 45 to 65 years old Each group will consist of 100 members Pharmacology Trials  Four groups of 25 members  One half will have cardiovascular condition history  One half will not  Experimental drugs will be considered on this research
  7. 7. PATIENT’S CONSENT Each participant of the Pharmacology Trial study must sign an informed consent agreement, affirming that he or she is willing to participate, and understands the study and its purpose.
  8. 8. EXPECTED RESULTS Trial research will be more efficient than Clinical studies to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease Patients with a history of cardiovascular conditions will be more likely to suffer Alzheimer’s disease under the age of 65
  9. 9. LONG TERM GOALS To drastically influence the way Alzheimer’s disease is diagnosed To develop new treatments based on premature intervention that would save a patient’s life
  10. 10. REFERENCES Alzheimers Association. 2012 Alzheimers disease facts and figures. Alzheimers and Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimers Association. March 2012; 8:131–168. http://www.alz.org/alzheimers_disease_facts_and_fi gures.asp
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