HPS-2 THRIVE Data and Results
August 4, 2014•16 min
Hosted by: Alan S. Brown Joining host Dr. Alan Brown is Dr. John Guyton, Associate Professor of Medicine and Assistant Professor of Pathology of the Division of Medicine-Endocrinology and Metabolism at Duke University School of Medicine. Their discussion will focus on data and results from HPS-2 THRIVE, a large-scale study comparing the use of statins and niacin versus statins alone. THRIVE stands for the Treatment of HDL to Reduce the Incidence of Vascular Events.