HPS2-THRIVE Post-Mortem: Lessons Learned For CV Drug Developers
While risks clearly outweigh benefits for niacin as an add-on therapy in the more than 25,000-patient HPS2-THRIVE study, investigators argue that the door is still open for other HDL-raising drugs. One panelist at the ACC meeting where results were presented calls for smaller, more targeted trials in the future.
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