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HTA - 17/140/02

Cost-effectiveness of statin therapies evaluated using individual participant data from large randomised clinical trials

Project title: Cost-effectiveness of statin therapies evaluated using individual participant data from large randomised clinical trials

Call to action: 17/140 17/140 Optimising the use of statin therapy in cardiovascular disease prevention

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Borislava MihaylovaORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-0951-1304

Contractor: University of Oxford

Cost: £558,072.70

Co-investigators: Dr Christina Reith, Dr Iryna Schlackow, Dr John Robson, Professor Alastair Gray, Professor Colin Baigent, Professor Jonathan Emberson, Professor Sir Rory Collins.

Started: April 2019 | Status: Research in progress

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