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Clinical Trial: Support Healthy Cholesterol Levels - South Florida

Life Extension Clinical Research Inc. is pleased to announce a new clinical study to assess a study product's effect in promoting healthy cholesterol levels, which is important for cardiovascular health.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 65, you may qualify to participate in this study using a natural nutritional formulation.  

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Support Healthy Cholesterol Levels (CL067A)
South Florida Location

Study Objective:

Assess the effect of a nutritional supplement in support of cholesterol health in males and females over the course of 60 days.

To Qualify:

  • You must be between 18 and 65 years of age.
  • Have mildly elevated total cholesterol and triglycerides levels.
  • You are not currently taking (and have not taken in the past 30 days)
    any medications/niacin used to lower cholesterol or
    triglyceride levels.
  • Be able to comply with all study procedures and visits.

Your Involvement:

  • You will make 4 visits over 60 days.
  • You will receive the nutritional supplement to be studied, blood pressure
    evaluations and blood tests.
  • Upon successful completion of the trial you will be compensated for time
    and travel up to $100. 

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  • Study Product
  • Blood Tests including the VAP® laboratory test which provides total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, VLDL, and several clinically relevant cholesterol
  • Blood Pressure Evaluations
  • Up to $100 for Time and Travel Expenses
  • Referral Bonus Available: $50*

Life Extension Clinical Research, Inc., engages in cutting-edge clinical trials with the goal of extending the healthy human life span and defeating disease. Our clinical research is designed to explore the potential of innovative dietary supplements, pharmaceuticals, topicals (cosmetic), and medical devices.

* If you refer someone who enrolls in a study and completes their final visit with closeout procedures, you will be compensated the amount noted for the study.