ANN ARBOR, Mich., Aug. 11, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Esperion (NASDAQ: ESPR) today announced two oral presentations to take place in the Late-Breaking Science Session entitled “Clinical trial updates on prevention and lipid lowering” at the 2023 ESC Congress taking place August 25-28, 2023, in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
|CLEAR Outcomes Total Events Analysis
|August 26, 2023: 1630 CEST
|Stephen Nicholls, MBBS, PhD
|Victorian Heart Institute, Monash University - Melbourne, Australia
|CLEAR Outcomes Analysis by Glycaemic Status
|August 26, 2023: 1700 CEST
|Kausik K Ray, MD, FMedSci
|Imperial College London - London, United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
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CLEAR Cardiovascular Outcomes Trial
CLEAR Outcomes is part of the CLEAR clinical research program for NEXLETOL® (bempedoic acid) Tablet and NEXLIZET® (bempedoic acid and ezetimibe) Tablet. The CLEAR Program seeks to generate important clinical evidence on the safety and efficacy of bempedoic acid, a first in a class ATP citrate lyase inhibitor contained in NEXLETOL and NEXLIZET and its potential role in addressing additional critical unmet medical needs. More than 60,000 people will have participated in the program by the time of its completion. The CLEAR Program includes 5 label-enabling Phase III studies as well as other key Phase IV studies with the potential to reach more than 70 million people with or at risk for CVD based on elevated LDL-C.
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