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Mission Statement

The Harvard MIND Trial to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease is looking for men and women ages 65-84 to participate in a ground-breaking, three year study. To qualify, you must be overweight, have a family history of Alzheimer’s or dementia, and be able to come to Boston once a month. Please call 617-998-6333 to participate. This study compares two different diets and their effect on brain health while using lifestyle changes to help you lose weight, and live healthier. Over the course of three years, you will be assigned your own personal dietitian, and receive one-on-one dietary counseling to help you reach your weight loss goals. Please call 617-998-6333 between the hours of 7:30 and 4:30 for more information. This free trial will help you adopt a healthier life style, and contribute to the future of Alzheimer’s research. This is not a drug trial. Do you have a loved one who has suffered from this devastating disease? Help us find the answer. Call 617-988-6333 now to make a difference.

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The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is the public health graduate school of Harvard University.

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