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Current Studies

Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Studies

The Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Study is being conducted to find out whether taking an investigational drug to treat high cholesterol (given by injection) will lower the risk of cardiovascular events, like heart attack and stroke, in people with a history of heart disease, stroke, peripheral artery disease (blocked arteries in the neck or legs), diabetes or other risk factors.

High Triglycerides Study

The STRENGTH Trial is looking at an investigational medication for people who have high levels of triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood that can raise your risk of heart disease), low levels of high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (HDL-C); the “good” cholesterol, and other risk factors for heart disease.  The investigational medication is a concentrate of omega-3 free fatty acids, developed from fish oils.

MOST Study

This is a research study about how physical activities, weight, diet and other factors affect the health of your knees. Study participants must be between the ages of 45 and 69, NOT have rheumatoid arthritis and have not had knee replacement surgery on either knee and do not have severe knee pain.