Participation in Alzheimer’s clinical trials important to African-American community
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February 19, 2014
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Participation in Alzheimer’s clinical trials important to African-American community
In celebration of Black History Month, we spoke to African-American family physician, caregiver and assistant professor of medicine Dr. Monica Parker about her passion for providing communities with local Alzheimer’s resources. Visit the blog to read about the ongoing importance of Alzheimer’s education and the need to promote awareness of clinical trial participation.

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