The medical term for high blood cholesterol and triglycerides is lipid disorder. Simply put, it is a disorder that occurs when you have too many fatty substances in your blood. These substances include cholesterol and triglycerides, and increase your risk for atherosclerosis, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, and other serious problems.

african-american-couple-seniorToo much cholesterol in the blood can lead to heart disease. While there is much you can do to lower your cholesterol levels and protect yourself, half of all Americans still have levels that are too high (over 200 mg/dl).

You can reduce the amount of cholesterol in your blood by eating healthy foods low in saturated fat and cholesterol, losing weight (if you need to) and exercising. For some people, changing their diet isn't enough and medication is required. Taking part in a high cholesterol research study may provide a treatment option.

High Cholesterol Study

This study is evaluating an investigational medication to help lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) in people who are already taking a lipid-lowering medication but still have a high LDL.

Who qualifies?

You may qualify if your LDL is between 90-250, and have a cardiovascular risk factor.

Qualified participants receive:

  • Study-related physician’s care, exams and close monitoring
  • Study-related medication, x-rays, and lab tests
  • Expert advice about your condition and treatment options
  • Compensation for time and travel
  • There is no cost - and no need for medical insurance

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