About the Study
The CLEAR-Harmony Study will compare the investigational study drug to a placebo. A placebo is a tablet that looks like the investigational study drug but contains no active ingredients.
The CLEAR-Harmony Study will be conducted in approximately 125 sites around the world. About 900 men and women will participate. All study participants will continue to take cholesterol / lipid lowering medication prescribed by their doctor.
There is no charge for study related care for participants.
Why is the CLEAR-Harmony Study being conducted?
There are many medications available to reduce cholesterol levels. Statins are commonly prescribed and considered to be very effective at reducing cholesterol levels, but not everyone is able to reach their cholesterol goals with statins. In some cases, statin dose must be reduced or stopped due to side effects.
The CLEAR-Harmony Study is being conducted to learn more about the safety and tolerability of an investigational study drug designed to lower cholesterol levels by limiting your liver’s ability to make cholesterol.