Donations of brain tissue needed for research into Alzheimer's disease

07/24/2013 | Post-Crescent (Appleton, Wis.), The

One of the core challenges in the study of Alzheimer's disease is finding people willing to donate their brain tissue for research, writes Cheryl Anderson. To donate brain tissue, people must join a clinical trial and submit the necessary paperwork and registration information. "We deem this tissue of incredible value," said John Daugherty, who manages the Wisconsin Brain Donor Program.

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