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Merck, Bayer flesh out vericiguat heart failure data at ACC

Merck, Bayer flesh out vericiguat heart failure data at ACC

The data were presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) conference – taking place for the first remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic – and also published in the New England Journal ... a form of heart failure that accounts for

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  • Sanofi, Regeneron offer price cut for cholesterol drug Praluent Sanofi, Regeneron offer price cut for cholesterol drug Praluent

    The offer has been made just after the presentation of the large-scale ODYSSEY OUTCOMES at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) meeting in Orlando, which showed that adding PCSK9 inhibitor ... be acceptable for the drug – depending on the

  • AZ data suggest SGLT2 inhibitors can reduce heart failure risk AZ data suggest SGLT2 inhibitors can reduce heart failure risk

    The CVD-REAL study – presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) meeting in Washington DC - examined patient records from 300, 000 people across six countries and found that treatment with ... patients with type 2 diabetes at the lower end of

  • Xarelto beats aspirin for recurrent blood clots Xarelto beats aspirin for recurrent blood clots

    risk. The results of the EINSTEIN CHOICE trial looked at the value of extended treatment of patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE). ... The results were presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) meeting in Washington DC by Philip Wells of

  • Novartis launches heart failure social network Novartis launches heart failure social network

    To that end the company worked with several US health advocacy organisations to set up Together in HF, among them the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses, CardioSmart by the American ... College of Cardiology and WomenHeart: The National

  • Cholesterol drugs could have striking benefits in stroke Cholesterol drugs could have striking benefits in stroke

    hypothesis that lipid lowering may be effective in the primary prevention of stroke in older people.”. ... This followed 2013 guidelines from the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology calling for a more nuanced approach to

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  • Interview: Allan Hillgrove, Boehringer Interview: Allan Hillgrove, Boehringer

    This interest in China expands beyond Lilly and diabetes, however, and Boehringer's additional efforts include educational partnerships, such as a joint effort with the Chinese Society of Cardiology and the ... American College of Cardiology (ACC) to

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  • New head at Cardiovascular Research Foundation New head at Cardiovascular Research Foundation

    Jack Lewin is former CEO of American College of Cardiology and the California Medical Association. ... A former CEO of both the American College of Cardiology and the California Medical Association, Lewin has also served as director of health for Hawaii,

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