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“This really is an astonishing result and a real breakthrough for patients with heart failure,” added John McMurray, MD, the other co-primary author, from the University of Glasgow, UK.
“To say that we are excited is an understatement. We are absolutely thrilled,” said Dr. Packer.“Given the survival advantage of LCZ696 over currently available drugs, once this drug becomes available, it would be difficult to understand why physicians would continue to use traditional angiotensin converting-enzyme inhibitors (ACEI) or angiotensin receptor blockers (ARB) for the treatment of heart failure."
“We were surprised and delighted that the magnitude of the superiority was so great that the trial was stopped early by the ethical committee. That was an amazing event,” said Dr. Packer. Today, full details of the findings are being released for the first time. “The magnitude of the advantage of LCZ696 over enalapril on cardiovascular mortality was at least as large as that of enalapril over placebo during long-term treatment,” Dr. Packer reported. “This robust finding provides strong support for using this new approach instead of ACE inhibitors or ARBs in the treatment of chronic heart failure.”
Findings of the PARADIGM-HF trial are particularly striking when considered in the context of the current standard of care in heart failure, concluded Professor McMurray.
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