Lowering LDL-C for cardiovascular disease
EAS Academy. Packard C. Apr 24, 2017; 175496
Topic: Therapy
Disclosure(s): Honoraria from Roche, Sanofi, Regeneron, Amgen, Pfizer, MSD
Prof. Chris Packard
Prof. Chris Packard

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This presentation was given as a plenary lecture at the EAS Congress in Prague, 2017, by Professor Chris Packard at the University of Glasgow, UK. In this lecture Professor Packard reviews the overwhelming evidence that LDL is the key causative factor for atherosclerosis – evidence obtained from experimental studies, epidemiology, genetics, pathophysiology and from clinical trials. He also takes this knowledge into the understanding of the mechanisms of the drugs shown to reduce CVD by reduction of LDL-Cholesterol.


Free access to the lecture will be open until June 30.

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