Dementia With Lewy Bodies (DLB) can make you feel like your wires are crossed
What is Lewy Body Dementia?
Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is a type of dementia that shares symptoms with both Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Find out more about Lewy Body, including the symptoms and risk factors, here.
New Lewy Body Dementia Clinical Trials
Our team of Brain and Mind Experts are providing volunteers with Lewy Body Disease, the opportunity to take part in international clinical trials to evaluate potential new treatments, designed to slow the progression of Lewy Body Disease and the symptoms.
We are looking for volunteers with the following traits:
- Aged 50 – 85 years old.
- Already have a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of Lewy body.
- Those who have experienced hallucinations from their disease.
Taking part in a clinical trial for Lewy body Disease gives individuals, with a suspected diagnosis, the chance to confirm accurately if this is indeed the cause of their symptoms and if so, access these new medicines under evaluation. If you or your loved one fits these criteria then please sign up below.
Why take part in a Clinical Trial for Lewy Body Disease?
- Volunteers participating in clinical studies at Re:Cognition Health Centres receive world-class health care including comprehensive health screens, MRI scans and PET scans and regular monitoring by the highly-skilled team of cognitive experts, at no cost.
- Taking part in a clinical trial for Lewy Body Disease also provides the opportunity to be part of much-needed research to find medications, and ultimately a cure for Lewy Body, for current and future generations.
- Clinical trial participants also receive a contribution to travel costs to appointments and refreshments are provided.
We’re committed to finding new treatments for Lewy Body Disease. The more people taking part in clinical trials, the more likely we are to be able to do so.
Use the form below to register your interest in one of our clinical trials.
We will get in touch shortly with more information. There are also FAQs answered below the form.