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Current Enrolling Studies

High Cholesterol


We are seeking participants for a clinical study to evaluate the impact of an investigational mediation on adults with who have Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease (ASCVD) and high cholesterol.

The goal of this study is to determine the investigational medications effect on lowering cholesterol as well as reducing the risk of cardiovascular events in individuals with ASCVD event history.


Participation Eligibility

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Have had a heart attack, stroke, or symptomatic blockage
    in the arteries of the lower extremities


  • Have ASCVD risk factors (e.g. hypertension, 
    vascular disease, kidney disease, etc. )
  • Additional qualification criteria exist


  • Reimbursement for time and travel
  • You are provided study-related care and study medicine at no cost (no health insurance required)
  • You may help make a difference for yourself and for people like you

Research Study Location

Find Out If You Qualify

To learn more and find out if you qualify to participate, fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in touch to explain the available research studies.

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Struggling With High Cholesterol?

There’s no question that managing High Cholesterol can be frustrating; however, with additional support systems, like a clinical trial team, coping can be easier.

Why Consider a Clinical Trial?

Clinical trials are conducted to help test investigational treatments for medical conditions and to determine if these investigational treatments are safe and effective. These research studies explore ways to potentially treat, diagnose or manage symptoms for diseases with the hope that they will improve quality of life for patients. Study-related care is provided at no cost. In addition to this, participants may help contribute to finding cures that may help future generations stay healthy.