Mild Cognitive Impairment: What does it mean? You are not alone

Am I eligible for this study?

To find out, please answer yes or no to the following questions.


I am aged 50-85


I have noticed memory changes over the last year



Feel your memory isn’t what it used to be?

Every 3 minutes someone in the UK develops Alzheimer’s disease.

Memory loss and ageing. Many people find their memory changes, as they get older. You might feel a little absent-minded, such as misplacing your keys or glasses or forgetting why you walked into a room. For most people, these changes are a normal and natural part of ageing. But in some cases, these changes are signs of something more serious – Alzheimer’s disease.

What is Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)? It is a condition that involves changes in your memory or thinking skills that are more serious than those expected from normal ageing. But with MCI, these changes aren’t yet serious enough to become a major problem in your daily life. People with MCI have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or another kind of dementia someday.

If you, or someone you know, is displaying any of these signs, contact Synexus today for a no-cost memory screening.

Male & female
Have noticed memory changes over the last year

Whilst there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, there are clinical research studies underway to learn more about MCI and test investigational drugs in this area of research.

We can help you with transport if required, or reimburse you for reasonable travel expenses.

Our patients are the most important part of our studies. Synexus has been involved in clinical research for more than 20 years.  Without you, we wouldn’t be able to conduct studies that are essential to move medicine forward.  Our research study may be an option for you.

Recruiting at the following locations

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Still unsure?

Feel free to call us on 0800 027 2269 to find out more about this study.


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