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By: Clinical Trials of Texas, Inc.

Dr. Harry Croft offering free memory screenings to promote Alzheimer’s Awareness

Just days after Julian Moore wins the Oscar for Still Alice, a local San Antonio doctor is opening his doors for San Antonio locals to get free memory screenings.

“Alzheimer’s Disease is irreversible,” says Dr. Harry Croft, local San Antonio psychologist at Clinical Trials of Texas (CTT). “It’s my hope that people will become more cognizant of the disease and the importance of getting screened at the first sign of problems.”

Moore’s performance in Still Alice is both heartbreaking and inspiring, offering a new perspective on the struggles both patient and caregivers go through when dealing with a disease that never gets better.

“It is my hope that we can catch some of these patients in the very early stages of Alzheimer’s and through research, find new ways to prevent further cognitive decline,” says Croft.

Croft and his colleagues at CTT are offering free memory screenings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays by appointment only and no insurance is required.

“Our clinic is continually doing research studies for those with memory decline,” says Croft. “Participating in these studies may eventually lead to possible treatments or ways to prevent further memory loss.”

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact Clinical Trials of Texas at 210.949.0122 or visit their website at SAresearch.com

About Clinical Trials of Texas
Clinical Trials of Texas (CTT) is one of the leading clinical research organizations in the state. With over 50 board certified physicians, and new Phase I facility, CTT conducts studies in a multitude of therapeutic areas, phases and design types. Working with major pharmaceutical and device sponsors, CRO’s, as well as smaller bio-tech companies, CTT successfully and safely continues to lead the way in advanced clinical research. To learn more or to participate in a research study, visit SAresearch.com.