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Clinical Studies Directory of Research Success

It’s true! Clinical Trials make a real difference in the healthcare industry and the medications provided to patients around the world. In this clinical trial directory of clinical trial success, see how clinical trials successfully improve treatments and medications through research and the generous volunteers just like you. Bookmark this page as we add success stories.

Oct
10

Autism - Learn the Signs

By Adly Thebaud, M.D.
 
Autism Speaks' multi-year Ad Council public service advertising campaign stresses the importance of recognizing the early signs of autism and seeking early intervention services. Recent research confirms that appropriate screening can determine whether a child is at risk for autism as young as one year. While every child develops differently, we also know that early treatment improves outcomes, often dramatically. Studies show, for example, that early intensive behavioral intervention improves learning, communication and social skills in young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

One of the most important things you can do as a parent or caregiver is to learn the early signs of autism and become familiar with the typical developmental milestones that your child should be reaching.
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Oct
09

Alzheimer's Research Seminar

By Adly Thebaud, M.D.
 
Medical Research Group of Central Florida and Adly Thebaud, MD will be hosting a seminar November 15th covering the topic on early signs of Alzheimer’s Disease and the future of research that is being conducted in attempts to slow the progress.


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