REPRIEVE is evaluating if a statin medication (pitavastatin calcium) is effective to prevent heart disease among people with HIV.
REPRIEVE is the largest randomized trial to date in HIV and results from REPRIEVE will help clinical researchers and clinical care providers to develop heart disease prevention and treatment guidelines, specifically for people with HIV.
REPRIEVE leadership celebrates reaching target accrual of 7500 participants. Congratulations to the University of Southern California site team for enrolling the 7500th participant!
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Over 7500 Participants Have Joined REPRIEVE!
Here are two of their stories.
College Park, Maryland, USA
"The best thing about participating in a clinical trial is learning more about a disease or illness. I believe that my participation in REPRIEVE has helped me to become more knowledgeable about HIV and heart disease prevention. I am hopeful that the results of REPRIEVE show that heart disease events can be prevented with the use of a statin medication."
Pavuna, Rio de Janeiro
“For me, REPRIEVE is important to monitor and control my cholesterol rates, and for the community living with HIV it is another form of care and prevention for good health.”