Could a Cure for Alzheimer’s be Invented in the Triangle? Absolutely.
Currently, the estimated annual cost of nine common neurological diseases totals to $800 billion, predictably increasing as the elderly population doubles by 2050. More specifically, there is a catastrophic unmet need in Alzheimer’s disease treatment, prevention and clinical research. In a recent segment with WRAL News’ Health Team with Dr. Allen Mask, Worldwide Clinical Trials’ chief operating officer, Peter Benton, discusses Worldwide’s uncommon approach to fighting against neurodegenerative diseases through its recent partnership with Datavant.