NIA backs study on mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's disease

07/16/2010 | TBO.com (Tampa, Fla.)

The Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative Grand Opportunity study, which is being supported by NIH's National Institute on Aging, will aim to evaluate 200 participants who could develop mild cognitive impairment -- a condition that could turn into Alzheimer's. The ADNI-GO study will continue to assess about 500 volunteers of the original ADNI study.

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