INFORMATION ON THE
The Blue Hole Wellness Centers and the Institute for Molecular Medicine
are initiating a new clinical study on fibromyalgia.
The clinical study will measure the effects of an all-natural food
supplement on fatigue, pain, gastrointestinal symptoms and quality of
life. The study will be lead by Professor Emeritus Garth Nicolson,
President and Chief Scientific Officer at the Institute, who is world
renowned for his work on cellular membranes and fatigue-related
illnesses, and Paul C. Breeding, DC, Medical Director of the Blue Hole
Wellness Centers in Wimberley and San Antonio, Texas. The study will
enroll male and female adults with fibromyalgia and take approximately
three months to complete.
The test supplement, a cellular phospholipid mixture, has been studied
in previous clinical trials and shown to safely repair and replace
damaged cell membrane components, resulting in reduction of fatigue,
increased cellular function and improved quality of life. There are no
known side effects of the FDA-approved oral supplement. (SEE THE
The clinical trial will be a blinded, placebo-controlled, cross-over
study. Every patient will receive an examination and be given the oral
supplement and placebo, but will take them at different times during the
study. Participants will report their symptoms online using a symptom
Participants in the study must be between 18-64 years of age of either
sex and have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia with moderately to severe
fatigue and unable to perform normal activities without unusual
exertion. To qualify participants must have an email address, telephone
number and internet access. You must also agree to answer questions
about their medical history and any adverse responses to routine drugs.
Participants will receive a free medical exam and supplement and placebo
during the study. All of your personal and trial information will be
kept confidental (SEE PRIVACY PROTECTION).
At the end of the clinical study participants will receive a free
6-months supply of the supplement.
INFORMATION ON THE CLINICAL STUDY
INTRODUCTION TO THE RESEARCH
THE TEST SUPPLEMENT
PRIVACY AND INFORMED CONSENT
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
SIGN UP FOR THE CLINICAL STUDY