True North is driven to make a difference in the lives of all those who are touched by conditions related to aging, and specialize in research related to Alzheimer’s disease. Through passion and innovation, we’re committed to finding new treatments to maintain an improved quality of life for our patients.
Memory loss is a normal part of aging. However, too much memory loss may be a sign of an underlying condition. Recognizing the signs early offers a better chance of maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.
If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, a free and simple assessment can help.
Some individuals with certain genes have a greater chance of developing diseases such as Alzheimer’s. This means if anyone in your family has Alzheimer’s, you may be at a higher risk of developing it as well. While this can be concerning, those individuals who have a family history and potentially carry the gene may be eligible to participate in clinical trials focused on prevention.
True North Clinical Research is involved in cutting-edge research that is contributing to the development of new treatment options and advancing healthcare. You may qualify to participate in one of our trials. Participation in a clinical trial is entirely voluntary and is completely free of charge.
True North Clinical Research coming to Cape Breton
Clinical Trials in the Media
True North Clinical Research is proud to contribute to the research being done that may soon result in a new medication that slows the progression of Alzheimers!
True North Clinical Research supports the Caleb’s Courage Fund
A cancer diagnosis in Dr. Mark Johnston’s family was the inspiration behind a $25,000 donation to the Caleb’s Courage Fund, from True North Clinical Research.
After hearing about Caleb’s Courage and the work that is being done in Cape Breton, Johnston, who has been practicing psychiatry for over 15 years and is the principal investigator at True North Clinical Research, a research company based in Halifax and Kentville, decided his business wanted to help sick children in Cape Breton… Read More