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Neuropsychiatric Research Center of Southwest Florida

Alzheimer's Clinical Research Facility in Fort Myers, FL

Neuropsychiatric Research Center was founded to serve a real need for a high quality clinical research unit. We have the experience and facility to conduct safe, precise, well controlled clinical research with new and existing drugs.

Depression isn't a state of mind

Depression Isn’t a State of Mind.

Depression is one of the most treatable forms of mental health disorder. For instance, those who seek treatment will almost always get some symptom relief. Unfortunately, only around 1 in 5 who experience depression symptoms seek help. Depression isn’t a state of mind. It is a disorder most will experience

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Myths of Parkinson's

Myths of Parkinson’s

Many misconceptions surround Parkinson’s Disease. Like many other conditions, these false truths can cause a delay in diagnosis and treatment, which can be devastating. Knowing the truth behind the myths of Parkinson’s can ultimately allow you to optimize your care so you can take better care of yourself. The Facts

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Gender differences in Parkinson's Disease

Gender Differences in Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a disorder of the nervous system that progressively affects movement. PD occurs in 50% more men than women, but that’s not the only variance. Gender differences in Parkinson’s disease also affect onset age, symptoms, treatment, and more. 2 to 1   Researchers don’t know why men

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